On 15/10/2018 12:03, Thomas de Groot wrote:
> On 15-10-2018 10:55, Stephen wrote:
>> On 15/10/2018 07:30, Thomas de Groot wrote:
>>>> Apologies to David but the point still stands. Radiosity is a
>>>> subject in itself and takes time. In my opinion.
>>> One can diverge on this though ;-) In most if not all of my scenes, I
>>> have radiosity switched on from the start, and I rarely change the
>>> settings, with the exception of recursion_limit, media, and normal,
>>> which I adapt to the needs specific of my scene. See a sample xode
>>> example below (watch out for line breaks when copying):
>> But you have been using PovRay for decades and might be described as a
>> bit of an expert. :-)
>> And life has shown me that you should only change one thing at a time.
>> The first thing I would do is to add something to show the
>> reflections. Then work on the materials, leaving radiosity to the end.
> I bow to the wisdom of your age, against the rashness of my doting
> years. :-)
My clue was the name of the forum. :-)
All the advice including your settings are good.
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