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Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 4:32:28 PM | Rendering with 'Radiate'

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Kurniawan


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I' ve tried to rendering with 'radiate'. As I know, radiate is a tool that can make an interior rendering more realistic. But I have a problem there. Please look at this two picture there..

 http://uploads.bizhat.com/file/206332

 http://uploads.bizhat.com/file/207841

The first picture is a basic rendering with raytrace. The second one is rendering with radiate. Look at the difference between this two picture. The second one, when I use radiate, there is some unwanted shadow. Sad

Have I make a mistake when rendering or ...what? I don't know why. Could someone help me please?


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Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 4:56:39 PM | Rendering with 'Radiate'

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Had trouble with that site.  Why don't you just post two small images.

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Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 6:29:20 PM | Rendering with 'Radiate'

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Hi, do you use "BEST" quality in Radiosity and Raytrace Settings? how many steps do you calculate (Solution goal) with Radiosity before you render the final image? If you increase that steps you increase the quality of render, If you attach/join geometry around wall/ceiling/soffit connections and in this case with those elements in the image and make sure walls go to floor above, it will reduce/eliminate the dark streaking shadow effect.

 


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