Concert Lighting for DS Iray

Concert Lighting for DS Iray

  • $14.00
    • Concert Lighting for DS Iray by: powerage, 3D Models by Daz 3D
    • $14.00
    Artist:
    Compatible Software: Daz Studio 4.22
    Install Types:
    DazCentral Daz Connect DIM Manual Install
    SKU:96136
    Artist: powerage
    Compatible Software: Daz Studio 4.22
    Install Types: DazCentral Daz Connect DIM Manual Install
    SKU:96136
  • Details

    PACKAGE CONTENT
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    - 1 Circle spots figure fully rigged
    - 1 Straight beam spots figure fully rigged
    - 1 spot figure fully rigged
    - 1 Straight beam prop
    - 1 Circle beam prop

    - 10 Animations poses
    - 5 Pre assembled spots structures
    - 15 Iray colors for the rays
    - 4 Ray transparencies options

    - 4 textures maps
    - 5 geometries files

    Iray materials only.

    HOW TO USE
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    Work with the assemblies provided:
    In the "Assembly" subfolder, 4 sets are available.
    Load in the scene the one of your choice.
    They are composed of several figures, to change colors of the light rays,
    to change the values of transparencies or to handle the ERC dials you have
    to select each figure independently.
    In the Colors subfolder you have a choice of different colors,
    select the figure and double click on the mat poses.
    Same to change the transparency values that are located in the "Trans Options" subfolder.
    Note that you have an option to "turn off" the spots.

    If you want to animate the spots, select the figure in "Parameters" and/or "Poses" you access
    the ERC's movements dials. You can also apply the motion animations provided located in sub folder "Animations Poses".

    Build your structure:
    5 elements are available at the root of the "Concert Lighting" folder.
    Load in the scene the elements of your choice, manipulate their positions, scales, etc ...
    Then set parent them and finally customize the colors of rays and movements as explained above.
    Save as your assembly "scene subset".