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Renderworks HDRI background from panorama (cheat wanted)

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I need to find a shortcut to faster renderings of objects in an interior space.


So I tried to import a panorama created in Renderworks back into VW as an HDRI background.


The idea being, that I get the lighting and reflections right, so that I can make a composite in Photoshop, where the interior space and the objects on display have been rendered separately to save (a lot of) time.


It sorta works.


I need to rotate the HDRI 90° to match the camera view, but then it does so with great accuracy.


But the dynamic range is missing and the reflections are dull as well, even if I change the setting to 32bit/channel


Does anyone know how to cheat and get a decent result?


regards, Kaare


Edited by Kaare Baekgaard
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