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    Hi,

    Can anyone explain why when im rendering a certain scene it, the image is darker when i watch the fully rendered clip than it is in the preview window on vegas.

    I am rendering at best quality and i havent got a clue what else it could be.

    Thanks in advance,

    M

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    Just to clarift, do you mean in the preview window on the same monitor? What does the resulting file look like?

    If you're using Vegas 8 and playing with 32 bit colour processing there's all sorts of complexities about different gammas going on that I don't begin to understand, but which are discussed in detail on the sony forums.

    (But, no. I've no other ideas :( )
    Tim

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    Im viewing the preview on vegas and the finished rendering within Windows Media Player on the same monitor.

    On the finished rendering the scene is darker (you can see less of the persons features and less of the furniture etc.). Its all internal night time shots using some basic lighting.

    Any ideas would be most appreciated.

    Thanks

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