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Light Clipping - This tool allows you to choose the point at which the light source will no longer be able to reach the viewport. This is typically used to avoid the light from reaching the camera or other elements of the scene, limiting the light source to only the area of the viewport that can be reached.
Exposure - This tool allows you to adjust the exposure of the viewport. Without a proper exposure, your rendered images can appear to be overexposed or underexposed. The exposure can be set to either a value in percent or a value in seconds.
Contrast - This tool allows you to change the color contrast of the viewport. Since every rendered image is made up of pixels of a certain color, adjusting the contrast of the pixels will make the image appear more or less realistic. The color contrast can be set.
PBR Lens Flare - Due to the nature of this tool, the material is not only composed of diffuse and specular but also a lens flare map. Depending on the settings of the material, the flare will not be rendered if the viewer is not in the right position. For all of this, Marmoset Toolbag also offers a number of tools to help you shape the flare effect, such as the Lens Flare Node Graph .
There are six common materials types; Base, Skel, Plastic, Vitreous, Transparent, and Matte. Base materials will be used to generate materials for the base mesh. Skeletal materials will be used to generate materials for the rigid portions of the mesh. The rest of the materials will be generated as if they were referenced from the base mesh. Plastic materials will be used to generate materials for the deformable portions of the mesh. The rest of the materials will be generated as if they were referenced from the plastic mesh.
The setup input has two main sub inputs; Morph and Morph Targets. The morph sub input will generate a mesh, that will be used as the base mesh for the rest of the sub inputs. The morph target sub input will produce a morph target that can be used as the base for the other inputs. The default setup will generate a sphere and cube for the morph and morph target inputs, but can be manually replaced with a mesh of your choice. 827ec27edc