V-Ray is a rendering plug-in, very fast, high-quality renderer and is available for all commonly used 3D software solutions. V-Ray is now available for Cinema 4D, SketchUp, Rhinoceros, and 3ds
Max, to name a few. There is also a current version of V-Ray for Maya. The parameters and theories that the settings are based on are the same in all applications, which makes this course interesting for many
users, not just users of 3ds Max.
The information provided in this course spans a range, from light in real life via computer graphics to its significance in architecture. We will discuss sources of light specific to V-Ray, as well as materials and cameras. Different render algorithms and their advantages and disadvantages will be introduced. Then shows you how to proceed with 3D Studio Max and V-Ray, workshop-style. Architectural scenes and lighting scenarios are described, from opening the file to the final rendering settings.
Course Duration is 30 Hours
- Introduction and Theory
- Loft Apartment in Daylight
- Bedroom at Night
- T-Bone House, Exterior
- Studio Setup