What does the 'phasing' actually do?

  1. I'm using the mapmaker to recreate the entire of MGS 2 in selected parts

    and while doing all the lighting, i wondered what the phaser actually does?
    Thanks!

    User Info: sparta3447

    sparta3447 - 8 years ago

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  1. Well after searching through a FAQ I found this explanation for it (kinda wanted to know myself as well :p)

    It's basically the timing of lighting
    changes. It's easiest with an example. Say I have two adjacent rooms. I want
    the lighting to alternate so that when one room is white, the other is black,
    and vice-versa. The first thing to do is set them both to slow Switch. Next,
    change one's Phase setting to 75% full, and the others to 25% full. Notice when
    you test that the lighting now alternates. Try making chasing light patterns
    with it!

    From Cayene of Doma map maker FAQ

    User Info: SScloud99

    SScloud99 - 8 years ago 2 0

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  1. The timing of the light. To Prove it put 2 lights Pulsing (Or Flickering) Black and White in two Different tiles next to each other. Now change the Phasing of 1 to half. Now you will see a difference in Timing between the Two Lights.

    User Info: stuartk11

    stuartk11 - 8 years ago 0 0

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