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==Sun area==
 
==Sun area==
 
Size of the virtual sun disc in the sky, range from <code>0</code> to <code>100</code>, unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.
 
Size of the virtual sun disc in the sky, range from <code>0</code> to <code>100</code>, unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.
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Lower sun area to improve shadows sharpness, increase to blur shadows.
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==Sun intensity==
 
==Sun intensity==
 
Strength of the sun's source light, range from <code>0</code> to <code><s>100</s></code><code>200</code><ref>Thanks for the discovery [[User:Octtree|Octtree]]!</ref>, unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.
 
Strength of the sun's source light, range from <code>0</code> to <code><s>100</s></code><code>200</code><ref>Thanks for the discovery [[User:Octtree|Octtree]]!</ref>, unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.

Latest revision as of 17:47, May 10, 2020

Sun is a retractable set of functions from Render's light panel.

Interface 0.99.5a render light-sun

Show sun discEdit

When on, this button displays the origin of the environmental source light as a virtual sun disc, which reflects in metal materials.

Pitch angle of sun lightEdit

Angle in the sky between the sun disc's center and the horizon, range from -90 to 90 degrees. Can be changed by manually entering a number or using the slider right next to the number.

Yaw angle of sun lightEdit

Horizontal angular measurement between the sun disc's center and the -Y axis, range from 0 to 360 degrees, counterclockwise from top view. Can be changed by manually entering a number or using the slider right next to the number.

Sun areaEdit

Size of the virtual sun disc in the sky, range from 0 to 100, unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.

Lower sun area to improve shadows sharpness, increase to blur shadows.

Sun intensityEdit

Strength of the sun's source light, range from 0 to 100200[1], unitless. Can be changed using the related slider.

Sun colorEdit

Color of the sun's source light. Can be changed using the color box.



  1. Thanks for the discovery Octtree!
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