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Thursday, 28 June 2012

IES Tutorial in Vray Sketchup by Onel Pabico

Tired of saying why my IES lights are not showing. Here is the tutorial from Onel Pabico that explains why..

Step 1 - Here is my scene with all the accessories and ready to render. Sets your unit. Its is very important that you know your working unit

Steps 2 - After setting the units, add IES Lights. Unlike other lights, IES lights are capable of bringing the real world effects and properties of a real luminaires by means of its photometric data provided by the lights manufacturer.

Step 3: Setup your render parameters, here the initial Setting.

Final render. Then adjust its color with color correction tools found in vray frame buffer

Here is the Final Render.

Another view - see the difference when units is adjusted.

If you are not familiar with IES power amount when the models unit is in meter, try to adjust meter to millimeter and provide lower value for the light. You will find it more comfortable.

Here is the final render.

Here is another example using millimeter as base working units

Here is the final render.

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