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Udemy - 3ds Max and V-Ray : Advance Your Rendering Skills

Discussion in '3DsMax Tutor' started by VIPGFX, Nov 20, 2021.



    Jul 25, 2011
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    Advance your rendering skills with this 6 in 1 course pack

    What you'll learn
    • Get up and running with the V-Ray 5 rendering engine inside 3ds Max
    • Lighting Analysis tool
    • Viewport IPR
    • Critical V-Ray concepts
    • V-Ray Materials
    • How to create in-camera effects
    • Depth of field and motion blur
    • How to easily add lifelike effects to your 3D models using FX tools such as VRayFur
    • Streamlining material editor workflow
    • Managing assets
    • Referencing materials with XRefs
    • Rendering the Physical Material
    • Controlling highlights with Roughness
    • Directing reflections and refractions
    • Simulating translucency and scattering
    • Building a shading network
    • Combining and color correcting maps
    • Baking maps with Render to Texture
    • Procedural mapping
    • Using relief maps: bump, normal, and displacement
    • Physical lighting and gamma correction
    • High dynamic range and exposure control
    • Global illumination
    • Exterior daylight
    • Image-based lighting
    • Advanced environment options
    • Geometric backdrops and material emission
    • Interior daylight
    • Importing photometric data
    • Studio lighting
    • Spot light image projection
    • Atmospheric effects
    • Why you should use substances for texturing
    • Adjusting your Substance workflow mode and settings
    • Creating materials from photos with Bitmap2Material
    • Working with texture maps from Substance Designer and Painter
    • Exporting maps as EXR and PSD files
    • Using the exported maps in V-Ray
    • Using exposure compensation
    • Using photometric lighting
    • Adding sunlight
    • Adjusting auxiliary lights
    • Balancing lights
    • Daytime rendering
    • Compositing in Photoshop
    • Nighttime lighting
    • Night rendering and compositing
    • Adding reflections and final touches
    • Setting up environmental lighting
    • Adding sunlight to a scene
    • Creating lighting and reflection elements
    • Compositing daytime scenes in Photoshop
    • Lighting for night
    • Rendering nighttime elements
    • Compositing nighttime scenes in Photoshop
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