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    why render sun with artificial light is not working??

    Hi everyone , i am facing problem when choosing sunlight and artificial light theme, the spot light is not showing although i am on the time of evening as you can see what shall i do to make the spot light turned on.
    if i choose artificial light only it shows the light as you can see in the second image
    but what i want it on the sunset time with artificial light turned on
    studio light is not making any difference!!and i do not like because it is not hosted.
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    #2
    The lights are on. you can see a hint of them in your first image. the sun is still too bright and washing them out. Change the time to make it a little later.
    Scott D Davis
    Sr. AEC Technical Specialist
    Autodesk, Inc.
    http://bit.ly/aboutsdd

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      #3
      the time is alrady late! 6:20 pm and if you make it 7pm , it will become night time.

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        #4
        ok, so try some times between 6:20 and 7pm. Turn on the Sun Path diagram and find out when the sun is just above the horizon. Optionally, you can go into each light and turn up the intensity. This has been discussed before, either here or on the AUGI forums. You might want to search and see what others have said as well.
        Last edited by Scott D Davis; November 20, 2011, 05:24 AM.
        Scott D Davis
        Sr. AEC Technical Specialist
        Autodesk, Inc.
        http://bit.ly/aboutsdd

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          #5
          i tried to increase the power up but nothing change with the power of light is what i am doing properties is wrong or right.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Scott D Davis View Post
            ok, so try some times between 6:20 and 7pm. Turn on the Sun Path diagram and find out when the sun is just above the horizon. Optionally, you can go into each light and turn up the intensity. This has been discussed before, either here or on the AUGI forums. You might want to search and see what others have said as well.
            Adjust the time only a few minutes at a time. Five minutes plus or minus can make significant difference in the effect of sunset lighting.

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              #7
              actually i made it 6:45 no big difference happened

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                #8
                Thats not the power of the light, scroll down farther in the dialog box. You'll see Watts, Lumens, etc. Try doubling the watts.
                Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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                  #9
                  Also, its ok if your render is black with some lights, once it is finished adjust the exposure brighter and the will appear. You will be amazed at the color you get.
                  Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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