Author Topic: smoothing bug  (Read 4232 times)

2013-02-22, 12:07:33

Polymax

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The scene is simple, material - simple, no reflections. One light - spherical corona light. All by default. This has already been discussed or is it a bug?
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2013-02-22, 13:24:04
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Ondra

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yes, this is a known of shading normals, you have to increase subdivision of the curved objects
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2013-02-22, 13:42:29
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So there won't be any terminator effect fix?

2013-02-22, 13:43:34
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yes, this is a known of shading normals, you have to increase subdivision of the curved objects
Well, thank you, now I know.)
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2013-02-22, 14:16:29
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So there won't be any terminator effect fix?
There is some stuff I could try, but this will be always a problem in physically-based rendering, since shading normals are inherently fake
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