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What am I doing wrong? In the physical based rendering, my recessed lighting doesn't look right. Also, the rope lighting under the wall cabinets are only lighting certain areas of the backsplash?

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18 minutes ago, since1937 said:

What am I doing wrong? In the physical based rendering, my recessed lighting doesn't look right. Also, the rope lighting under the wall cabinets are only lighting certain areas of the backsplash?

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You have 25 light sources from your rope lights but have a maximum of 20 lights enabled for this camera. Increase the number of maximum lights. In Rendering Technique Options, try checking "Improve Lighting Quality" under the Global Illumination Section

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1 hour ago, Renerabbitt said:

You have 25 light sources from your rope lights but have a maximum of 20 lights enabled for this camera. Increase the number of maximum lights. In Rendering Technique Options, try checking "Improve Lighting Quality" under the Global Illumination Section

 

Thank you for these recommendations!!

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1 hour ago, Renerabbitt said:

"Improve Lighting Quality" under the Global Illumination Section

How can I improve lighting in the corner near Refrigerator with the recessed lights to brighten it up?

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