bepeg4d wrote:Sorry but this is how the Normalize works, and has always worked in this way, for Blackbody emission.
http://www.aoktar.com/octane/GeneralSet ... htTag.html
If Normalization is enabled, it keeps the emitted light luminance constant if the temperature varies, so if enabled, you need to increase/decrease the power, depending on the temperature.
Sorry but I don’t understand which differences do you see between versions
bepeg4d wrote:Ok sorry, now it is more clear.
The issue is related to Octane Light tags only, the Blackbody Emission is not affected, this is way I was not seeing it in the first place:
sdanaher wrote:OK, glad we got there in the end. Interesting that material emission isn't affected. I assume its a simple fix that'll be out soon then.
aoktar wrote:sdanaher wrote:OK, glad we got there in the end. Interesting that material emission isn't affected. I assume its a simple fix that'll be out soon then.
Fixed, please download new build. It was a bug on my side for "Normalize" parameter.
RES file for R15
resource file for R15. Extract and replace old "c4doctane/res" directory with this.
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