macchiorlatti wrote:thank you for the useless answer
hey macchiorlatti if you cant read a post that is trying to help, I guess you better don't ask.
this is a forum where we try to help...not a school or a kindergarten
Your question was....
macchiorlatti wrote:How can I add IES light?
(...and eliminate white pixels in metal material reflections in a interior render with lights?)
the usefull answer was correct, and Smicha even helped you with the Fireflies problem.
and use gi clamp to reduce noise (in PT mode)
after that I just said that the workflow/technic is the same in Octane StandAlone and inside the plugin, because its the same program.
Well if it works or not is another question.
It actually works, but with a small bug.
To set the ies light to work you need to create a material in SU, with a texture applied, Ex: Light_ies1 with texture A("use a image texture" option in SU material editor), then you convert to Diffuse material in Octane material editor. Then you select the IES you want to distribution and all will work after closing and reopen the program.
it seems like the problem here is that IES is not a texture and SU with Octane plugin work with textures, so the bug must be here.
well im not an expert and my help might be useless so use it or leave it.