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Subject: Funky colors in preview
What software are you using?
I have this product, I believe (Haunted House Pro) and it does not look like that when I load it in Poser 11. Here's what it looks like for me:
Are you using the right version? There are three different zip files. You basically only need one of them. There's a Poser version, a DAZ Studio version, and a plain OBJ version (for use in software other than Poser or DAZ Studio). If you're using Poser, make sure you downloaded and installed the Poser version.
The preview display won't affect the speed at all, it just gives you the closest representation of the scene. On my computer with a non-Nvidia integrated video card, SreeD is the better display. On my other computer with an Nvidia card, OpenGL is the better option. Under that circumstance, Superfly will default to GPU rendering, while non-Nvidia cards and integrated video will default to CPU support.
Interesting effect. Looks like OpenGL's hardware shading is trying to handle a masked displacement that covers and exposes parts of the surface. The hardware shading doesn't do very well.
Here's my Arcade Hotel, which uses a similar technique, in OpenGL with hardware shading on, then rendered in Firefly.
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