I’ve just completed a Archviz Indoor/Outdoor Apartment scene, and I’ve take those exact same lighting settings to use in my new project, a double storey house with front and back garden.
I put in the same light settings (which worked for my Apartment scene) and now my interior lighting is way too dark, exterior too bright.
I don’t understand why my settings for one project ( which works so well for both interior and exterior lighting), doesn’t work when I take those light settings and apply to a new project .
Static Skylight: 0.5
Stationary Directional light: 4
Post Process Volume
Min : 0.05
Exposure Bias: -0.9
I have Lightmass Portals on all windows and openings, I am using an Lightmass Importance Volume. I haven’t added any reflections spheres.
The only difference between these projects is that my Apartment Project has been baked on Production Level Lighting and the World Lightmass Settings are different, but that shouldnt make a difference to my new project interior lighting should it? Those settings are only changed at the end when I want to do final lighting pass.
Is it not advisable to use same Lightmass settings across multiple projects when I want the same lighting results? I know lighting settings differ from each project but the difference is massive.