Author Topic: Light types  (Read 3510 times)

2013-10-19, 08:27:37

VadoZe

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In this topic I offer  "coronauts" to share how they, exactly, are doing all sort of lights in the scene with desirable settings of light source and nearby materials!
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2013-10-23, 10:20:43
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VadoZe

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OK then, my trouble!
CoronaLight in chrome hemisphere, White 0,6 on box flipped inside - fireflies not go away, turned off visible in reflections they gone! Is it right?
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2013-10-23, 11:12:06
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This is normal because the fireflies you see are essentially reflection caustics. To get rid of them you can try:
-decreasing glossiness of chrome material
-decreasing MSI in render settings
-switching to bidir/vcm to get proper caustics (which will probably look horrible)

You can also try adding some kind of geometry blocking the light from reflecting from chrome surface or use IES/spotlight/disc light.

2013-10-23, 11:27:42
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I tried render whole image reducing MSI=3, it helps-noise has smaller grain, but it still there after 10h...(maybe there was another source - but i think it lights)!!
Changed chrome to white - they still there!
Increased LSm-better but not enough!
It must be high intensity - 600... but how then do point lights?
How U do them?
« Last Edit: 2013-10-23, 11:42:07 by VadoZe »
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2013-10-23, 11:43:12
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IES seems helps, waiting for more passes!
« Last Edit: 2013-10-23, 12:03:52 by VadoZe »
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