Vray Sky appearing purple, green, and yellow

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Vray Sky appearing purple, green, and yellow

Postby rjh0016 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:17 pm

Hi all!

I'm new to Vray after switching from Maxwell. Just to get used to the UI, I set up a few scenes in a model and tried to render them. The first scene(interior) turned out fine. As far as I know, I didn't change any settings when attempting to render the next scene. I have GI checked with CIE Clear set and Global Illumination turned on. As you can see, the sky is purple, green, and yellow and the noise is purple. I've tried different sky models and nothing changes.

Any idea what could be causing this?

Obviously, photorealism isn't being attempted in either of these scenes. I'm simply trying to figure out what happened with the sky.

Thanks!





http://imgur.com/a/yulZ6
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Re: Vray Sky appearing purple, green, and yellow

Postby vivo44 » Tue May 02, 2017 9:17 am

Hi rjh0016,
I guess you want to check the second icon, bottom left of your render frame called "force color clamping".
(When this icon is unchecked like in your screenshot, this indicates with colors the amount of work for the processor to render the image. The more you go to the red, and then the black, the more difficult the image to calculate. This view is just an indicator for you to know where you could potentially try to simplify the scene to make the rendering time shorter).
Hope this helps.
Have a good day.
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