· At first you see Multilight in the preview window. Then I turn on V3’s Fast Multilight Preview with GPU to get the full screen Multilight

· Then I play with the individual emitter sliders to get my desired intensity. I could have also turned on Color Multilight but this time I just did Intensity. You can also do this with the Camera Panel and other functionalities available for your MXI file post-render

· When I move/edit more than one slider at a time, I´m using the new feature in V3.2 which isn’t actually publically available yet

· Then I start my keyframe Multilight animation that I can then save it in my desired file type which I will open in a video editing program like Premiere, AE, Final Cut, etc. to add music, etc. | |