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IgNite Illumi wish list
SiNi Si
1 year ago

Tell us what you would like to see with Illumi. Give us your wish list here!

IgNite Illumi wish list
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1 year ago

Tell us what you would like to see with Illumi. Give us your wish list here!

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1 year ago

Tell us what you would like to see with Illumi. Give us your wish list here!

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2 years ago
  IgNite Illumi wish list
1 year ago

Tell us what you would like to see with Illumi. Give us your wish list here!

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2 years ago
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1 year ago

Tell us what you would like to see with Illumi. Give us your wish list here!

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  captivatestudio
1 week ago

It would be great to be able to stretch or scroll the list of HDRIs on the compass. I'm trying out a range of lighting setups for a large project but I can only have 10 HDRIs/configurations - if I add another it imports fine but it's not visible in the list and I can't select it, even though I know it's there. It would also be cool to be able to create and control a directly visible and illuminating HDRI independently.

  user image    captivatestudio
1 week ago

It would be great to be able to stretch or scroll the list of HDRIs on the compass. I'm trying out a range of lighting setups for a large project but I can only have 10 HDRIs/configurations - if I add another it imports fine but it's not visible in the list and I can't select it, even though I know it's there. It would also be cool to be able to create and control a directly visible and illuminating HDRI independently.

    user image   captivatestudio
1 week ago

It would be great to be able to stretch or scroll the list of HDRIs on the compass. I'm trying out a range of lighting setups for a large project but I can only have 10 HDRIs/configurations - if I add another it imports fine but it's not visible in the list and I can't select it, even though I know it's there. It would also be cool to be able to create and control a directly visible and illuminating HDRI independently.

This reply was edited by captivatestudio 1 week ago.
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  captivatestudio
2 years ago
  captivatestudio   Reply
1 week ago

It would be great to be able to stretch or scroll the list of HDRIs on the compass. I'm trying out a range of lighting setups for a large project but I can only have 10 HDRIs/configurations - if I add another it imports fine but it's not visible in the list and I can't select it, even though I know it's there. It would also be cool to be able to create and control a directly visible and illuminating HDRI independently.

This reply was edited by captivatestudio 1 week ago.
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  captivatestudio
2 years ago
  captivatestudio   Reply
1 week ago

It would be great to be able to stretch or scroll the list of HDRIs on the compass. I'm trying out a range of lighting setups for a large project but I can only have 10 HDRIs/configurations - if I add another it imports fine but it's not visible in the list and I can't select it, even though I know it's there. It would also be cool to be able to create and control a directly visible and illuminating HDRI independently.

This reply was edited by captivatestudio 1 week ago.
  SiNi Josh
1 week ago

Hi,

We'll add a scroll bar to the list within the Compass for the next release.

If you can give us a list of other features you think would be useful for more independent control of the HDRI, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks

  user image    SiNi Josh
1 week ago

Hi,

We'll add a scroll bar to the list within the Compass for the next release.

If you can give us a list of other features you think would be useful for more independent control of the HDRI, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks

    user image   SiNi Josh
1 week ago

Hi,

We'll add a scroll bar to the list within the Compass for the next release.

If you can give us a list of other features you think would be useful for more independent control of the HDRI, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks

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  SiNi Josh
2 years ago
  SiNi Josh   Reply
1 week ago

Hi,

We'll add a scroll bar to the list within the Compass for the next release.

If you can give us a list of other features you think would be useful for more independent control of the HDRI, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks

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  SiNi Josh
2 years ago
  SiNi Josh   Reply
1 week ago

Hi,

We'll add a scroll bar to the list within the Compass for the next release.

If you can give us a list of other features you think would be useful for more independent control of the HDRI, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Thanks

  captivatestudio
1 week ago

Fantastic, thanks Josh!


It would be great if within the compass there was an option to enable alternative settings for direct visibility. To have the option to control rotation and exposure of the directly visible HDRI independent of the scene illumination would be really useful. Often you want a lower exposure for the background but to boost the exposure for the illumination. I appreciate this can be done in post but to see that interactively within the renderer would be amazing and given that the tools we get in the frame buffer these days are there to minimise the post-production requirement, that would certainly be well received.


If it was possible to do the same with reflections and refractions that would be even better but I understand that could make the UI untidy. Perhaps below the first HDRI you could have four checkboxes under an "Affects" title - Illumination, Direct Visibility, Reflection and Refraction. By default they're all ticked but if you untick one then some additional controls in a relevant rollout below become unfrozen.


One step even further would be to have the option to use different HDRIs for those overrides.


I'm a Corona user so I understand this may be an issue with alternative renderers. I'm also no UI/UX expert (as you can probably tell!)

  user image    captivatestudio
1 week ago

Fantastic, thanks Josh!


It would be great if within the compass there was an option to enable alternative settings for direct visibility. To have the option to control rotation and exposure of the directly visible HDRI independent of the scene illumination would be really useful. Often you want a lower exposure for the background but to boost the exposure for the illumination. I appreciate this can be done in post but to see that interactively within the renderer would be amazing and given that the tools we get in the frame buffer these days are there to minimise the post-production requirement, that would certainly be well received.


If it was possible to do the same with reflections and refractions that would be even better but I understand that could make the UI untidy. Perhaps below the first HDRI you could have four checkboxes under an "Affects" title - Illumination, Direct Visibility, Reflection and Refraction. By default they're all ticked but if you untick one then some additional controls in a relevant rollout below become unfrozen.


One step even further would be to have the option to use different HDRIs for those overrides.


I'm a Corona user so I understand this may be an issue with alternative renderers. I'm also no UI/UX expert (as you can probably tell!)

    user image   captivatestudio
1 week ago

Fantastic, thanks Josh!


It would be great if within the compass there was an option to enable alternative settings for direct visibility. To have the option to control rotation and exposure of the directly visible HDRI independent of the scene illumination would be really useful. Often you want a lower exposure for the background but to boost the exposure for the illumination. I appreciate this can be done in post but to see that interactively within the renderer would be amazing and given that the tools we get in the frame buffer these days are there to minimise the post-production requirement, that would certainly be well received.


If it was possible to do the same with reflections and refractions that would be even better but I understand that could make the UI untidy. Perhaps below the first HDRI you could have four checkboxes under an "Affects" title - Illumination, Direct Visibility, Reflection and Refraction. By default they're all ticked but if you untick one then some additional controls in a relevant rollout below become unfrozen.


One step even further would be to have the option to use different HDRIs for those overrides.


I'm a Corona user so I understand this may be an issue with alternative renderers. I'm also no UI/UX expert (as you can probably tell!)

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  captivatestudio
2 years ago
  captivatestudio   Reply
1 week ago

Fantastic, thanks Josh!


It would be great if within the compass there was an option to enable alternative settings for direct visibility. To have the option to control rotation and exposure of the directly visible HDRI independent of the scene illumination would be really useful. Often you want a lower exposure for the background but to boost the exposure for the illumination. I appreciate this can be done in post but to see that interactively within the renderer would be amazing and given that the tools we get in the frame buffer these days are there to minimise the post-production requirement, that would certainly be well received.


If it was possible to do the same with reflections and refractions that would be even better but I understand that could make the UI untidy. Perhaps below the first HDRI you could have four checkboxes under an "Affects" title - Illumination, Direct Visibility, Reflection and Refraction. By default they're all ticked but if you untick one then some additional controls in a relevant rollout below become unfrozen.


One step even further would be to have the option to use different HDRIs for those overrides.


I'm a Corona user so I understand this may be an issue with alternative renderers. I'm also no UI/UX expert (as you can probably tell!)

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  captivatestudio
2 years ago
  captivatestudio   Reply
1 week ago

Fantastic, thanks Josh!


It would be great if within the compass there was an option to enable alternative settings for direct visibility. To have the option to control rotation and exposure of the directly visible HDRI independent of the scene illumination would be really useful. Often you want a lower exposure for the background but to boost the exposure for the illumination. I appreciate this can be done in post but to see that interactively within the renderer would be amazing and given that the tools we get in the frame buffer these days are there to minimise the post-production requirement, that would certainly be well received.


If it was possible to do the same with reflections and refractions that would be even better but I understand that could make the UI untidy. Perhaps below the first HDRI you could have four checkboxes under an "Affects" title - Illumination, Direct Visibility, Reflection and Refraction. By default they're all ticked but if you untick one then some additional controls in a relevant rollout below become unfrozen.


One step even further would be to have the option to use different HDRIs for those overrides.


I'm a Corona user so I understand this may be an issue with alternative renderers. I'm also no UI/UX expert (as you can probably tell!)


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