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Reflection problems with glass

Hi, I have serious problems with glass in two of my projects. It looks like in the picture I have attached to this mail. How can I avoid this? I do not underdstand what´s going on there.

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asked Sep 14 '14 at 11:33 AM in Rendering

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This is a good solution and helped me with the exact same problem.

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HI, i came to this problem. i have derived a solution to this. there should be a refraction parameter in your material. Slide it towards a value of 1 and that should solve this problem. the reason it is looking like this is because of the high refraction amount. let me know if this fixes. i hope it will. Thanks.

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answered Sep 14 '14 at 04:08 PM

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Thank you for your answer. After I changed the parameter to 1 everything is ok. But do I have still good reflections in my glass now? Unfortunately I cannot test it at the moment.

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answered Sep 14 '14 at 04:22 PM

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Make the glass material "2 sided" and you can adjust the refraction to every value you want. This do the trick. :-)

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answered Sep 16 '14 at 07:11 AM

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