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    I have that same problem but I'm working with a Directional Light. My light is a stationary light and it has volumetric shadows as a default. ┬┐Any suggestions?

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    Originally posted by AnkurRastogi View Post
    You need to Tick ON "Cast Volumetric Shadow" Off by default
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    Thank you! I did not noticed that option, it is working now

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    You need to Tick ON "Cast Volumetric Shadow" Off by default
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    Originally posted by darthviper107 View Post
    Does the light have shadow casting turned on? Is the light static/stationary/movable?
    The SpotLight has "Cast Shadows" option ticked. In fact, looking closer, the light shadow in the ground do respect the hole (increasing the light intensity make it more visible), it is just the volumetrics that do not.

    The light is movable, but it does not work either if i set to static (no volume light) or stationary (same result as movable).

    Thanks for your time!

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    Does the light have shadow casting turned on? Is the light static/stationary/movable?

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    Volumetric Fog - Spotlight going through wall

    HI!

    I need help regarding volumetric fog... i have a spot light pointig towards a wall (door) with a little hole... i need the light to go only in the hole, being blocked by the geometry... but it is not the case when volumetric fog is enable (tt works without volumetric light, where the light just "enters" the hole as expected).

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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