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Excluding a volume from a light source

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marcovalmori6
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Excluding a volume from a light source

Hi,

I'm using c4dtoA, and i've tried to exclude a volume i created, from a light source.
The problem is that it doesn't work, and the volume is still illuminated by the light.

Is there a solution or a workaround to this problem?

Thanks!

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Seems to be a bug, I'll try to fix this in the next release.

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Actually it works with OpenVDB volumes and objects with the Arnold Mesh Volume tag. What's your C4DtoA version? It was added in 2.2.1.

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You're right, it works fine with a arnold mesh volume tag attached to an object.
I was using a arnold volume node with a box type selected.

Thanks!

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The fix for the Box and Sphere type volumes is coming in the next release.

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It's fixed in C4DtoA 2.3.1 for Box and Sphere type volumes.

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