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  1. Hi, I have a weird problem with Redshift in Houdini. I looked for solutions searching on Google but couldn't find it. I read Redshift documentation with Houdini plug-in and couldn't find it. If there is anyone who'd know what this problem is and know a solution for it, please help me out. So I created this simple scene with a text and a simple glass texture. I lit it and everything looked fine on Redshift RenderView (See attachment "Capture 1") I even enabled PostFX using Bloom. Color management is set to display "ACES" and Red.709 as "View" However, once I hit "Render To Disk", the MPlay window shows something way different even though it's set as "ACES" and "Red.709" (See attachment "Capture 2") It seems to have a different hue with higher vibrancy. The bloom is affecting the scene a lot more. Once I brought in the rendered exr sequence in After Effects, it looks a lot different than what I saw on MPlay -- which is supposed to be the same file. (See attachment "Capture 3") Not to mention, added "Bloom" effect is nowhere to be seen. Any Redshift experts out there who can help me out? Thank you.
  2. Hi, I have mantra rendering issue. When rendering from render view is fine. However, when doing batch render "Render to Disk", I am getting critical error message as below. It was fine until 17.0, and this happened recently with 18.0 and 18.5. However, I suspect WINDOWS auto update significantly influences, instead of Houdini problems. If anyone knows how to fix this, it would be great, thanks!! My PC AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-core Northbridge AMD Ryzen SOC rev. 00 Southbridge AMD X570 rev. 51 NVIDIA GeForce GTX760 ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII hero wifi DDR4 128GB Houdini 18.0.499 Error ---------------------------------------------------------------- Command Exit Code: 139 4528: Fatal error: Segmentation fault -- TRACEBACK BEGIN -- Traceback from mantra 18.0.499 (Compiled on windows-x86_64-cl19.16): CURRENT THREAD 14400 +0x19b26f2f [UT_StackTrace::doTracebackIntoBuffer] C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 18.0.499\bin\libUT.dll +0x19b26c4c [UT_StackTrace::doTraceback] C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 18.0.499\bin\libUT.dll +0x19775b6b [UT_CrashHandler::setApplicationName] C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 18.0.499\bin\libUT.dll +0x19aa8194 [UT_Signal::processSignal] C:\Program Files\Side Effects Software\Houdini 18.0.499\bin\libUT.dll +0x2de6bf83 [seh_filter_exe] C:\Windows\System32\ucrtbase.dll See more in attached file error message.txt
  3. Hey Guys i want to push render to disk button in mantra node via python , but its not working , my code is something like this : myRenderNode = hou.node('/out/baketexture1') myRenderNode.parm('execute') is there any trick to do this ? thanks
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