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Lights In Autodesk 3Ds Max - Chapter 04 - 3DS Max tutorial


This 4th Chapter of Lights in Autodesk 3Ds max is fully concentrated on spot light. We will learn about the various spot light parameter of 3ds max like, Hotspot/Beam and falloff, then how to use overshoot or its limitations, how we can make the spotlight rectangular than circuler and many more. Hope you will enjoy.
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