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Scene with two suns
show user profile  ACGaner

is there any way in 3ds max to make two suns instead of one for an outdoor scene? I can't get it to work. I tried using 2 vray suns as well as the metal ray equivalents but to no avail. I'm not very experienced with 3D software and rendering.
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9/29/2011 10:27:02 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 10:27:02 PM)
show user profile  Garp
Making 2 vraysuns works fine for me.

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9/29/2011 10:32:04 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 10:32:04 PM)
show user profile  ACGaner
For me they are neither both visible (only just one of the two) nor is there a sky. It's always just a white background in the renderings.
What am I doing wrong? :(
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9/29/2011 10:41:45 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 10:41:45 PM)
show user profile  Dr. Jim
they are prolly set waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too bright.
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9/29/2011 10:43:08 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 10:43:08 PM)
show user profile  Garp
If you're not using a vrayphysicalcam you need to set their intensity to something like 0.01.

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9/29/2011 10:45:09 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 10:45:09 PM)
show user profile  ACGaner
Okay, so I reduced their intensity way down. I now see sky, this is definitley a step forward. But as soon as I enter a second sun in the picture it only shows me one of them in the rendering. 3ds does not like me today.

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9/29/2011 11:08:12 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 11:08:12 PM)
show user profile  Garp
You're right, it doesn't work for me either.
I tried grabbing each vraysky in turn in the editor and set them in a composite map, no good (it even gave me a black sun at some point!)
I guess you'll have to render your skys separately, use direct lights for the suns and comp everything.

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9/29/2011 11:52:10 PM (last edit: 9/29/2011 11:52:42 PM)
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