Realistic & Fast V-Ray Render Settings
In this Quick V-Ray Tutorial I will be talking about how to speed up your render without compromising quality. I will explain to you how the V-Ray Render Settings works inside 3ds Max and how you can optimize everything so you can have faster render times and realistic quality.
This is a nice tutorial for people that needs to speed up their render times for client approval or making quick decision about the project. Also if you have a low end computer, this tutorial will be good for you, so you can have quick quality renders, without blowing up your computer.
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V-Ray Perfect Lighting & Photographic Camera Setup – Day & Night
If you want to learn more about Realistic Lighting and How to balance multiple lighting sources and Control the Lighting in your Scene using Photographic Settings in your camera, this is the course for you.
Learn how to balance multiple lighting source and how to control the lighting with the V-Ray Physical Camera. In this course I will teach you how to create the perfect lighting using different lighting sources to create a nice mood, from the base lighting to the mood light. Learn how to create photographic camera settings and how to control the light in your scene with real life photography setup.
In this course you will learn how to setup the perfect Day and Night V-Ray Lighting. Move from daylight to nightlight in minutes. Always taking into account the photographic approach to create realistic and stunning renderings.
Topics Covered in this Course:
- Balance Lighting from Different Lighting Source
- Step by Step Lighting Solution for Realistic Renderings
- Understand the Camera for a better setup
- Photographic Settings from Real Life Examples
- Creating Different Lighting Situation: Day & Night
- How to improve the image inside V-Ray
- How to Setup the Render for Fast Quality Previews
- Setting Up the render for final Quality
- More cool stuff
This Course comes with the Project Files
- 2 Scenes with Day & Night Lighting Files
Download Only for 3ds Max and V-Ray Next
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