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Sun settings 7 Replies

Under the Sun settings, what does Sun Highlight do?I've tried it set to 0 and 1, but there doesn't seem to be any difference.…Continue

Started by Peter Milner in AutoCAD. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Apr 27.

Small Low Res rendering window 3 Replies

I'm not sure if I've changed something without knowing it, but my rendering window that used to be hi-res has gone low res and small in the bottom left of the rendering screen. I havent changed any output size dimensions. This was from a blank…Continue

Started by Dizzy Gosnell in AutoCAD. Last reply by Dizzy Gosnell Apr 22.

My tribute to Zaha Hadeed 3 Replies

 Organic Architecture...Modelled in 3ds max  from a single…Continue

Started by mike makki in AutoCAD. Last reply by mike makki Apr 6.

walkabout resolution & function not working when rendering image 5 Replies

Hi everyone,I need some direction here, i am trying to render an image and have just upgraded to Autocad 2016. for some reason the walkabout functions don't seem to work. i change the image size either pixel size or by measurement and the image…Continue

Started by RIck Buick in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart Mar 22.

HELP!!!! just upgraded to 355 from 348 and it isn't working!

I just upgraded 355 from 348. Paid for the upgrade... and it isn't wokring. Doing something stupid like "mapping 2" on large files. I know thre was a  limit on model sizes the trial from years ago that you were limited to the model size, but after…Continue

Tags: 355, 348, payment, upgrade

Started by J. Brown in AutoCAD Mar 22.

Jan 2016 Update Build 355 !!! 2 Replies

I just upgraded to the latest Build 355 of Accurender for AutoCad but I realised I have to upgrade my licence. However, my system keeps hanging whenever I try to upgrade from within the application. Any dos and don'ts? ... or do I downgrade for…Continue

Started by Yinka Gbotosho in AutoCAD. Last reply by Yinka Gbotosho Mar 21.

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"In this case, yes, it's subtle.  It's only readily apparent in the reflection of the window in the upper right quadrant of the sphere (as expected) where a small, bright, reflection of the solar disk can be seen.  I'm…"
Apr 27
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"Here is the same test with a glossy object. There is a very subtle difference in the reflection and the lighting. "
Apr 27
Rich Rosemann replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"I'm very good at optical mis-conclusions. "
Apr 26
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"Looks like there's some code to handle this in both the path tracer and hybrid engines.  A little unclear in the packet tracer."
Apr 26
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"I'll have to look to see which engines respect that switch, I can't remember off-hand.  It controls whether glossy reflections get a contribution from the direct sun component.  The easiest way to see it would be to create a…"
Apr 26
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"If you flick between the two images full screen, there is actually no difference at all. Seeing one above the other makes them look slightly different, but it's just an optical illusion."
Apr 26
Rich Rosemann replied to Peter Milner's discussion Sun settings
"One image does seem to be a bit brighter.  Maybe it opens up the shadows a bit.  Or raises the ambient light. .....or something."
Apr 26
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