help!Vray render issues

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  08 August 2012
Question help!Vray render issues

I'm using 3ds max 2010,vray 2.10.01,I precalculate the lightcache(sample size 0.03,subdivs 1200),irradiance map(built-in preset,medium-animation),output size 490*270,the final output size is 1920*1080,other parameters are by default.But the render result comes this:
and very dark bottom

it seems like the light can not pass through the water...
I can't figure out why,hope anyone helps.Thanks!

Last edited by ihack : 08 August 2012 at 07:01 AM.
  08 August 2012
if you are not rendering into some 32bits color depth format (like EXR, hdr or tiff32), you want to clamp the colors. because vray makes images in a way that the monitor cant display and gives light artifacts.
to force vray to make the image with the classic 8bit colors, check the box that says clamp colors (in color management)
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  08 August 2012
Thumbs up Thank you l2k

thanks a lot...hope more people's not fixed by now...I found a clamp output in Color Mapping...i don't know whether it is right...

Last edited by ihack : 08 August 2012 at 07:38 AM.
  03 March 2013
try to use PHOTON MAP or QMC instead of LC...
  03 March 2013
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