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Old 15-09-2005, 06:16 PM   #1
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When i render my scene it doesn't render any light and i can't figure out what's wrong, it has allways worked before! Why is this?

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make sure on the first tab of your render globals tab you have use defualt light turned on OR just make a light and use that
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Old 16-09-2005, 02:43 AM   #3
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if u have created a light and your still getting no lights in the rendered view, make sure the light isnt inside some object, make sure its out in teh open space.
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not strictly true, it doesn't matter if a light is inside an object if it's not casting shadows. Light will still pass through (not always with spotlights but for the rest yes)


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from the screen shot it looks like he has a spot light under a plane that is casting shadows so that could be the reason
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On the image i'm using volume light but i've tried alla cinds of light!
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yes but try moving the light up from beneath the plane because if its casting shadows then the light will not get past the plane
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