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helpppp fast please!!
why the hell i got all the burning spots i change the light multiply and everything what can be the reason. its vray..
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7/2/2012 6:50:21 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 6:50:21 PM)
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7/2/2012 6:51:29 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 6:51:29 PM)
Have you made the lights invisible?
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7/2/2012 6:51:35 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 6:51:35 PM)
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7/2/2012 6:59:52 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 6:59:52 PM)
jaggedy spots = massive contrast between points (like most of the images is luminance values of between 0-2 say and those specs are at 10)
Try turning on color clamping, set the number as high as possible, but as low as you like to get rid of stuff.
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7/2/2012 7:12:12 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 7:12:12 PM)
you mean the color maping in the settting??
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7/2/2012 7:42:50 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 7:42:50 PM)
yea, try setting your clamp at 5 or 6, (that's usually where I set it) and lower it if you need. If your highest values in the scene (accept for those odd spots) are at 2, you could set it to 3 safely.
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7/2/2012 9:02:21 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 9:02:21 PM)
Thanks guys your help me alot.. but still i cant understand what do you mean by " If your highest values in the scene (accept for those odd spots) are at 2?
which values?? (sorry about my english) :)
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7/2/2012 9:17:15 PM (last edit: 7/2/2012 9:17:15 PM)
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