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    Question rendering exterior

    what type of glass material should I use, so that I can render an exterior scene (day time) with a view of an interior of a building?
    I have enough lighting inside, but the glass prevents an interior view.

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    Default Re: rendering exterior

    Clear with NO reflection. Note you need some sunlight to get into the space so pick a time of day to get the sun inside, or better is early morning on late evening, then the contrast isn't so high.
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    Default Re: rendering exterior

    Hey Scott,

    I know that Daylight portals are required for interior renderings lite by the sun. Shouldn't Emy's Doors Windows & Curtain Walls be set as daylight portals as well?

    Jeff S.
    'When I am working on a problem, I never think about beauty but when I have finished, if the solution is not beautiful, I know it is wrong.' - R. Buckminster Fuller

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