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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Tips and Tricks Series No.4

How to create Vray light components.

I have seen many times, there are several VFSU users who edit their lights one by one. Why not create components to that when you edit one light all the lights will be edited at the same time. How to do it? Here it a simple tip.

Step 1: Create a receptacle and make it into component.

Step 2:  Type the name of this component. (say ies)

Step 3: Open the component/group

Step 4: Place the IES light inside the component and close it.

Step 5: Copy the component

Step 6: Edit the IES light inside the component. 
Notice all the ies light icon were selected at once. When you edit one of the lights the other lights will be edited too.

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