I understand the basics of lightmapping my scene and my meshs but my problem is that to obtain shadows on the terrain I must use light size 0. This means that my directional light doesn't determine where the shadows are being placed, so it seems there is a global light coming at a 45 degree angle onto my terrain that I cant get rid of.
So how can I remove that global light?
Answer by Ricardo
Jul 07, 2010 at 08:02 AM
If you're looking to get rid of the ambient light, you can find that in the panel that is displayed when you click on Edit > Render Settings.
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