Photoshop: 3D Postcard - Grey Fringe Border

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I'm having a problem with 3D postcard that I didn't have in CS4. I'm working with a logo that I placed into my photoshop file. I then turned it into a 3D postcard. When I rotate it there is a distinct grey fringe border on the edges of the logo. (notice near the yellow) The quality is set to 'Interactive.' Any suggestions?

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Chris Cox

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Looks like a matting issue (premultiplied versus straight color) on the antialiased edge. It may be due to the GPU driver (which you're using for interactive mode). Try changing the quality to raytraced (final render) and see if it remains.
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Chris is right, its a premultiplied alpha issue. I'd also be curious to see if it happens with the ray tracer.
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The raytrace render does minimize the grey fringe but also softens the edges a lot. My preference would be to stay in interactive mode since it doesn't require the extended render time. BTW, I'm on a MBP w/ Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU.