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  1. We seem to be getting different results when placing 32-bit EXR files vs. when opening them directly. I am aware of the 3 options in the preferences for controlling how the Alpha channel is handled, but none of these options seem to affect how the image is handled when being placed, which is our typical workflow. If I place an EXR into a new blank doc, it at first looks like the Alpha channel has been applied, and the background is totally white, but if I put a black pixel layer behind it, the background appears as normal. The results are the same when Placing a file as they are when opening a file with all three EXR options checked. What is odd, is that the Alpha appears says it is fully black and white with values of 0 and 1. I tested this by creating a grayscale layer. We are not sure how to either expose the background or totally block it without duplicating the existing composite Alpha. Thank You, Brian
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