Game Development Reference
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4 You can rename a sound by left clicking on the name then entering
the new name.
5 You can replace sounds by right clicking and selecting Replace.
If you rename or replace a sound file, all instances where it is attached to
a Toon Action are updated automatically. However, if you rename a
sound, or replace it with a sound of a different name, you will have to
update any script references to the sound.
Lights
You can set up multiple lights in a Toon3D movie. The three types of light
you can add are Distant , Spot and Point lights. You can also set a global
Ambient light level in the movie.
Lights can be parented and have keyframes in your lights position and
rotation, and you can also keyframe the diffuse level of a light to fade
between different colours.
Adding lights
1 Select Lights in the Control Window and right click and select Add
Light.
2 You can rename a Light by left clicking on the name then entering
the new name.
Setting the Ambient light level
1 Right click the light and select Properties.
2 Click on the Ambient button and choose a colour.
The Ambient level is global to the whole scene and represents the light
level where no light is being cast from the main movie lights. The default
colour that is set is usually fine for most scenarios.
Selecting a Light type and its Properties
1 Right click the light and select Properties.
2 Select either Distant, Point or Spot.
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