The highly acclaimed Multilight™ feature removes the need to re-render an image when light changes are required. Both Multilight™ within Maxwell and Multilight™ Standalone allow you to change the intensities of lights and scene emitters during and after the rendering process, so you can tweak the lighting set up over and over, saving out as many images of the same scene as you like-all from just a single render.
Save an infinite number of images under different lighting conditions with just ONE render? No extra render time? This is Multilight™!
With the Standalone version of Multilight™, you don’t need Maxwell to tweak your scene’s lights. Any of your colleagues can do it and then save or pass you on the updated scene.
Image by Raúl Valverde
Multilight™ removes the need to re-render images when light changes are required. It allows you to change intensities of individual lights and multiple scene emitters during and after the rendering process (including Physical Sky and HDR Environment Lighting). Do various tests to see how your scene looks in different settings at different times. Here is an example!
Raúl Valverde: “The standard Maxwell Physical Sky settings provide a very accurate result based on location and time. Even when there is only one source of light – the Sun – Maxwell Render very cleverly divides the result in Sun and Physical Sky. You can then use Multilight™ to get various outputs and be able to control both parameters in post production.”
Color Multilight™ enables you to edit the color of emitters in real time giving you endless lighting possibilities.
Pasquale Scionti of Scionti Design: “With Multilight™ you can mix infinite variations of color lights to give the final project great realism.”
Image by Jeongho Kim
Image by Dominik Dammelhart of Curse Studio
All the light adjustments can be keyframed and animated so that you see how your scene lights change over time.
Dominik Dammelhart of Curse Studio: “With Multilight™ you can render out an animation without really having an animation prepared. Just by turning up the lights one after another gives you a really nice video without actually having done much.”