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Cinema 4d - horizon and rendering question

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In Cinema 4d, i am opening and editing a third party model. There is a "horizon" or some black bacdrop that appears on rendering (see http://www.eastongsl.org/bug.htm) . How can i delete, disable or edit color so i can render against white.

Also - how can i render to PSD - will it have layers? I see the setting but render only renders to screen not to the selected output file.

Thanks!
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When you render a scene the grid should not be there. I am not sure what that object is supposed to be, but it seems to me that it is a material map, not the background. any additional info or screenshots and renders will help me helkp you :)

- good luck, j3one
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