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Is there a way to enable global illumination for point lights

I'm using ue4 as a render in place of vray. So I don't care about performance.

Overall I am very happy with the look ue4 shows me, but in order to light my scene correctly I used several point lights. The only part that bothers me is at the edge of the screen things get dark because ue4 only renders in-screen reflections.

I added a skylight and that helped a little, but if I turn it up too much it washes out the point lights.

Is there a way to add global illumination to point lights when rendering? Would planar reflections help with this?

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Aug 09 '18 at 05:13 AM in Rendering

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