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Daylight system rendering gives objects with over exposure or too dark scene.

A - answer You have to adjust the exposure in the radiosity rendering.
In the Radiosity dialog (Rendering/Radiosity) click Setup under Exposure control.
There are four exposure control types:
  1. Logarithmic Exposure Control - good for scenes with a very high dynamic range.
  2. Linear Exposure Control - best for scenes with a low dynamic range.
  3. Automatic Exposure Control - sets exposure automatically from a histogram of a rendered sample.
  4. Pseudo Color Exposure Control - a lighting analysis tool using pseud colors to visualize luminance levels.
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30.12.2003    9385x  
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applies to: VIZ4 · 3ds Max · AutoCAD Architecture 2004 ·

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