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Thanks for your response, I'll start looking into it. Will probably start early next week since I have an important meeting this week. I'll install the new patch to Geant and get to work on it as soon as I can, I'll keep you posted with how it goes.
For a bit of elaboration, what I had been using up till now actually used the diffuse lobe to "scatter" the light that wasn't reflected by the specular spike, so that I would conservatively estimate the amount of "noise" photons.
I'll get to work on this soon and get back to you with the results. Thanks again!
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