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LIGHTMIX feature Blender+Octane


janmorek writes:

Wouldn’t be great if you can totaly change your lighting in the post process? I mean, your render is finished, looks great as always, but you would like to play a bit more with illumination. Maybe turn one of the lamps off or another light up, change the intensity of light, or even adjust the Hue and saturation of your lighting? Doesn’t it sound great? Of course, it does!

This tutorial consists of three parts.

The first part is all about setting everything up so Lightmix can work properly
In the second part, we will make a handy control panel for light groups, so adjusting illumination will be very easy and enjoyable.
and finally, in the last part, I will show you how to make a quick animation of changing lights in your scene with our LightMix.

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