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Pre-rendered vrml scene?

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Hi, Anybody knows a tool that generates a pre-rendered vrml scene especially as far as lights and shadows are concerned? Thanks

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I really have no idea what you are talking about.

You would be answered if you gave more information.

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mikemz, i'm looking for a tool that will reflect the light and shadow on the object color or material offline (hence pre-rendering the scene to speed up the run-time rendering)

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Original post by portalguy
mikemz, i'm looking for a tool that will reflect the light and shadow on the object color or material offline (hence pre-rendering the scene to speed up the run-time rendering)


I believe the problem is that most people ignore what VRML is/was. Try looking for a tool that can convert VRML scenes into POV-ray's native format (or write one yourself if that doesn't exist :D). POV-ray is a free offline renderer.

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i think he's asking for a tool to apply lightmaps to a vrml scene

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