Hello all,

Is it possible to have a white background(Typically, it’s black) in a fisheye view HDR that is generated when using the image based recipe? or is it something that has to be post-processed in Photoshop only?

Thank you!

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You can set it to whatever color you want.  Among the hidden inputs on the Visualization and Glare components is one called "Image background color".

Hi Jon,

Thank you for getting back on this. I tried to do this myself from command line and I couldn't. Is this being done by some option of RPICT or by using some other radiance utility?

Jon Sargent said:

You can set it to whatever color you want.  Among the hidden inputs on the Visualization and Glare components is one called "Image background color".

It’s being done in .NET — no Radiance involved.

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