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  1. Hi. My name is Daniel. I've created simple scene with a car and a GI Vray settings to illuminate my object. I created a plane and used both the v-ray properties and v-ray wrapping material methods but non seems to work what i want to do or maybe i do something wrong. So the problem is that i want the shadows to be fully transparent, so by this i mean that if i put .png render on a white background the shadows will work perfect, but if i put in on a black background the shadows are visible that they are not transparent and are working like this ( the center is blacker and as is going in gradient it's going to white and not to transparent background as i want) I have attached an example that i created in photoshop for what i'm trying to get with a dot that is blacker in center and goes in a gradient to the sides but to transparent. The gradient is only black color and has no white to lit the shadows... i hope you understand my problem. The shadows on black background are a bit gray and i want them to be full black and not grey-ish. The dot can do this in photoshop as you can see in the example that on a black background it almost invisible even if shadow is a bit on the grey side*(here i mean that the shadow is gray and not full black and still can't see it in black). If you have more questions about this problem please write here and i can give you all necessary answers. Thank you Daniel
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