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Saturday, 3 November 2012

Visopt Series #1 Lim_Exterior Daylight Setting

I will start a new series and called it "Visopt Series". In this series we will ask excellent render settings of various users..

Our first one is courtesy of Randy Lim. The attached visopt that you can download HERE is the setting he used for this excellent image.


20 comments:

  1. how can i controle the Bright light on the ground? materiel of ground not claire

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  2. Each day I learn more from the MTMs and Visopt you're sharing. Congratulations. I would also like to agracer Lim, the beautiful MTM and Visopt you provided.

    Every day I visit your blog to see if there new post, but a few days ago that you're gone.

    Hope to see your news soon.
    Hug.

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  3. HOW TO APPLY IT TO SKETCH UP PLEZ???

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    1. in the vray options dialog box click load, then open the .visopt file and render

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  4. hi, ı can't see any of visopt pages. is that link broken or am i the problem? i need help ! thank you.

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  5. Thank you. This magnificent illumination...Due to you my project was saved

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  6. Where can I find the visopt series to download for sketchup? please help..

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  7. Amazing how can i render like this.?

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  8. someone help me to set the visopt setting?

    thank you

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