I've inserted in my Revit model some custom families of "architectural" lighting fixtures (by a lighting fixtures manufacturer).
This lighting fixture is intended to be installed inground and to be used for illuminating vertical surfaces and facades with a grazing/wall-washing effect.
Just to give you an example of the fixture possible effect, see the following rendered view:
Enscape v2.6 renders the light emitted by the ies files for this specific use in a very unproper way:
As you can see in the picture below, the light emission is cut very low on the facade, while to be correct it should reach a much bigger height on the wall.
I had already tried before to make the same task with a previous version of Enscape (v 220.127.116.11-g050ffbb)... the result wasn't perfect but still acceptable (see image below).
Is there any way to improve this?
I mean, without in the meanwhile losing quality on the light effects of other types of outdoor lighting - e.g. road lighting, which has improved a lot from v2.1 to v.2.6.
Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Thanks a lot.