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- Fakes Global illumination in very fast way. For maya 8.5 and 2008 - This tool makes a Magic light! to your scene. - You should add occlusion to your scene to see the actual results. - This is NOT a light system, so add your lights before rendering the scene. - Do not trust to this tool so much. It is useful in some cases. Play with the Options like Ramp color, Light intensity , etc to reach your desire image. Actually I wrote this script for a commercial. Just want to share it with all of highend3d friends. - Download the sample file here. - Feel free to send me bugs at: firstname.lastname@example.org
-v 1.3.0: Some bugs fixed. -Usage:
1- set MAYA_LOCATION variable in environment: Example: Name: MAYA_LOCATION Value: D:Program FilesAutodeskMaya8.5;
2- Put this file in your PYTHONPATH. if you have not set it yet, set it now: Example: