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 Problems with High-Resolution Images 
Taros


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Hello.

I have problems with DOF, when I am using gradients(f.e. radial) in high resolution images.
Below you see a example with an image, that is 2000 x 2695 pixels size in orginal.
The arrows show the problem. The gradient "brakes", before reach the end of the image. The same happens with other gradinents or high resolution depth maps.

I am working more often with print data and need high resolution results.
Any solution?

Stay creative an greetings from germany
Chris

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martinvicanek


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Hi Chris,

that looks very odd indeed, never seen such behavior before. Will investigate.

Greetings from Germany, too ;-)

Martin

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Taros


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Hello Martin.

Just use a high-res image over 2000 Pixels in square. Then the bug should appear.

Stay creative
Chris
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martinvicanek


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Hi Chris,

you are right, it is a bug, thanks for reporting it. The problem occurs with radial gradients and large images. We have a fix already which will be available with the next DOF PRO release.

However you seem to have observed issues also with linear gradients or depth maps when apllied to large images. I was not able to reproduce that. Could you post a screenshot with the corresponding GUI settings?

Many thanks
Martin

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Taros


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@martinvicanek:

I am very sorry!
I have to correct my first post: The problem seems to appear only with non-linear gradients, like radial- or custom-depth-maps.

Regards
Chris
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