Poznan HDR profile

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  1. [NAR]Steve

    [NAR]Steve Registered

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    Just ran a race here using your "contrast" profile, beautiful !! Thanks for the work Tosch !!
     
  2. Kknorpp001

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    Hey Tosch have u done a profile for Putnam Park? I don't mean for you to do one I just wanted to know if u have done one b/c I thought I saw one but now can't find it IIRC.
     
  3. Tortue G

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    Hello,

    I like very much the profile "v6gamma" that you made for Poznan :) ! I think it give a "realistic" effect with less saturated colors/lighting.
    I applied to other tracks too and most of the time it work very well too, for me it's a good way, less "glossy" but more real ;) .

    Thanks for your work, a good HDR can change everything to the visuals!
     
  4. gplayonline

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    Thank you! :)
     
  5. lukadeu

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    How you do that?? Tanks for reply.
     
  6. lukadeu

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    Which values, and where can I change to get lower cockpit exposure?

    Tnx.
     
  7. Prodigy

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    I don't know anymore exactly, I've done that months ago and lost those profiles during uninstall..
    As I remember, you need to open that profile HDR file (.hdp) and edit the line "MiddleGray=1.0300" to a lower value.
    1.0300 is default, I think I've put straight 1.0000.
    I think I've changed the "PostGamma" values too, but it is not necessary.

    If I'm mistaken, Tosch can correct me.
     

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