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When I tried rendering the scene with white background in filmic blender, I'm getting grey coloured background. But I'm able to achieve this with standard colour management options.

P.s: I have edited light source to match the filmic blender.

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  • $\begingroup$ @cegaton thanks for the prompt response. I was able to achieve it by increasing the intensity $\endgroup$ – Sreekanth Nagareddy Apr 22 '17 at 15:36
  • $\begingroup$ @pycoder I was able to achieve the desired​results by increasing the intensity of the light source $\endgroup$ – Sreekanth Nagareddy Apr 22 '17 at 15:37
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Filmic blender uses a much wider dynamic range, so increase the intensity of the light for that background.

The standard sRGB transform will display white when the scene value reaches 1enter image description here

Using the filmic blender transforms you need a much higher value.

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To visualize how the scene referred values are being mapped using the filmic blender you can use the false colour view transform.

To understand what filmic blender does and how it maps the scene's values to the displayed image please read the following link: Render with a wider dynamic range in cycles to produce photorealistic looking images

and https://github.com/sobotka/filmic-blender

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This compositing node setup produce 100% white on transparent channel with filmic color management: Node setup

This setup is also work: Node setup v2

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