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Vray render - using IRR and Quasi Monte Carlo

By Hao Ke La
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Date Added: 9th December 2009
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The room needs more lightning and shadows

Let's begin using Global Illumination. Turn ON the Indirect Illumination (GI), choose Irradiance map as primary bounces, and Quasi-Monte Carlo as second bounces. See the images below.

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Since this is just a test for lightning, go to Irradiance map, choose Low for current preset and change the sample lookup to Overlapping. For the Quasi-Monte Carlo, leave the defaut settings.

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Click Render...

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The room looks really bright, but do not worry, we will fix it in next step.

FIRST: decreasing the multiplier of Vray lights down to 10.

SECOND: go to GBuffer/Color mapping tab, choose Exponential type.

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