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joew
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Interior images

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01-18-2006 06:01 PM
I know this is something simple but forgot how.
My exterior 3D views, I can see through the windows into the building and it renders the same.

However, my interior views, I don't see through the glass to the outside and when I render, the outside sunlight doesn't light the inside; it's a dark image unless I put a light fixture inside.

Can someone tell me what I have forgotten? I would like to see the sunlight in my interior views.

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joew
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Re: Interior images

01-18-2006 06:16 PM in reply to: joew
I'm answering my own question. It was a phasing problem. The windows where grayed out because they are phase 1 and I'm rendering a phase 2 image. How can I show phase 2 and not have a grayed out phase 1 window system?
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jkrager
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Re: Interior images

01-19-2006 06:27 AM in reply to: joew
Change your view settings to "show complete" for 3d renderings. Then you can set it to any phase and see the "finished product" at the end of that phase.

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