I am setting the radiance parameters for a daylight analysis of a simple shoe box with an exterior ground.
While setting the radiance parameters for the simulation I noticed that some parameters are somehow offset for the notion I had of theirs maximum. But since I guess that @sarith set it, I think that somehow I am missing something.
Since my scene has a maximum dimension of 30 meters and I set the -aa 0.1, the -ar 128 is more than enough for this case. Because I need accuracy but I do not have a complex shape I set an -ab 4 .
When looking at the -ad and -as I was surprise to see that were set at 25000 and 4096 respectively, when I knew that 4096 and 1024 were their maximum.
So I checked this post and long as this page and probably I am missing something.
A part of this clarification I would like to have a better understanding of the parameters -c and the difference with -as and how should I use them together.
Also, I have noticed that there is a strange definition of the limit weight parameter, that in my knowledge should be a number, but it is set as: -lw 4e-07 (I enclose screenshot).
Thanks for the help.