As a novice Unity 5 user its taken me awhile to begin to fully grasp the difference between Baked and Precompute GI. Part of my confusion stems in part from Unity's use of terminology. Maybe I'm nitpicking, but isn't 'Build' something you do when you deploy an application? Wouldn't 'Generate Lightmaps' be more accurate, less confusing? Anyways, my question. At least one very popular tutorial suggests that, for optimum lightmap quality especially in shadows, you should always enable 'Baked GI' even when you are planning to use 'Precomputed Realtime GI' for your actual game play and deploy. I personally haven't found this. I get results using Baked GI that exhibit the same jagged edge problems as mentioned in this thread http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/jagged-shadows-in-baked-lightmaps-unity-5.317150/ Can any lightmap experts Enlighten me (pun intended)? Does Baked GI (with proper settings) always give you better lightmaps? Anyone?