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I would suggest applying a small amount of glow or blur to the bright pixels in a paint or image manipulation program.

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What's brighter than white for a pixel?

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Basically said TG2 can process a much wider range of light information internally as you see in an BMP image.
You would get a better thought about this if you save the same image you render additionally in an EXR  format.
Now you have a much wider range to play with an image editor.
And maybe you should save this always to have a wider range to play with in editing later.

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