By formzizzle
#344379
Hi Folks. I'm happy to be writing my first post in this forum. I know there is a lot to learn and this is certainly the best way.
My thanks to the peeps who made the b3d plugin.
My first concern is about IES. Once I light a scene with say an IES file from ERCO and did a render, usually my scene is really dark that I have to result into jacking up the intensity. Does this make my scene inaccurate in terms of lighting?

Sg
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By pylon
#344504
Hi,
The IES lights contain very accurate intensity information. In general, IES lights are going to be many times less intense than, say, a physical sky, so you will need to compensate your exposure.. in Maxwell, it's just like real life photography.

I'm glad you are enjoying the plugin.
Ben
By formzizzle
#344600
Thanks for the response and making this forum active.
Umm. One question.. How can I increase the image resolution of my renders? I'm doing a job right now and the resolution is not that crisp.
Thanks again and more power to pylon!
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By pylon
#344602
Hi Steve
By default, the Maxwell rendering will be same size as your Bonzai3d model viewport (scale factor: 100%). There is a parameter in the render options 'image' tab where you can increase/decrease the scale factor of the rendering as a percentage.
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