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I have a finning situation. On the left of the smaller window. Notice the light ray on the wall and it abrupt stop, while on the right it is not like that but as I believe it should be.

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Floor material is part of the old library conversion of accustudio.
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I am tried to include exterior scene as reflections on glasses and mirrors in the interior scence (attached as a background in walkabout and same image set as reflected and refracted in advance lighting tab background). The desired result shows in walkabout but is washed out in both the Path and Packet Tracer renderings. What am I doing wrong?

Reflection show in mirror with Packet Tracer but black in Path Tracer on transparent objects washed out.

pls what is the settings for the mirror materials yu use on the model.
not reflecting
Go to accustudio, to download, meanwhile, the intensity and the sharpness are 1, while under transparency, intensity is zero and IOR is 1.45.
Color backgrounds do not reflect in the Path Tracer.  You'll need to use properly spherical HDRIs.

At 130 passes, I bow and conclude this must be one of those difficult to resolve cases, as a result of lighting from small opening.

 

Even modest daylit interiors usually require 200 passes or so.

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