#383251
Hello Pablo,

We've tested all the possibilities that can be related to your case and we are always getting a good result both when the emitter object is a reference and even when it has an emitting MXM material that is also a referenced material as well.

What file are you appying to that light object that is producing the "spectral file not found" message?

Let me know.

Dario Lanza
#383265
Excuse me Dario but I don´t understand what´s "the emitter object is a reference"... you refer to an MXLigt? May be I not explain well what I did..

I explain you what I try to do better... (I´m doing it at the same time to check it another time)

1- I open 3DSMax
2- I create a Box and a MXLight (box with size 50x50x50cm and emitter on posittion x:100 y:0 z:180 rotation Y:45º with size 200x200 cm and Intensity 100.000 Lux)
3- I assign like renderer Maxwell Render and in environment settings Sky type to NONE
3- I export the Scene to Maxwell Studio (With export a referenced MXS button... Objects: Entire Scene, Time out:Current Frame)... creating a MXS .
4- I close 3DSMax and open the MXS produced by the exportation in Maxwell Studio
5- I try to render
6- I obtain this message I Show you above and can´t render....

That´s all... Really I don´t understand the error message...

If I do the same procedure with a typical emitter (plane with a material same settings that in MXLight) it renders without problems in Maxwell Studio...

I don´t know what happens or what´s the reason to it...

Thanks in advance!
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