V-Ray offers modern rendering technology for your most demanding projects. Vray is the industry standard for rendering in 3d visualization. It is a render engine that is capable of plugging in to various modeling software’s. It’s brilliant output is somehow matched by very efficient rendering speeds. The ability to control minute details of sampling allow the user to optimize scenes to degrees that other renderers pale in comparison on.
This course starts with the basics of V-Ray wherein it explains why Vray is used in the different types of industry. The advantage to use Vray over any other render engine. Further to build the base for the course we would understand the behavior of light in general, all the basic CG lights are explained to get an idea of CG light behavior, a short and quick comparison between natural light source and the CG lights of 3DS max, a short and quick comparison between Artificial light source and the CG lights of 3DS max. We will then look at the installation process of Vray and setting the render engine to Vray to get the Vray related options. We would learn about Vray Lights and its types, various light attributes, V-Ray materials and textures, V-Ray global switches, V-Ray image sampler, V-Ray adaptive subdivision image sampler and V-Ray environment. The next set of modules will deal with Indirect illumination, irradiance map, brute force GI, caustics, DMC sampler, Default displacement, System, V-Ray color mapping, V Ray camera, image based lighting and finally V Ray physical camera.
After doing this training you will be able to create proper materials for your objects and you will have control over lighting and rendering settings. This course is everything you need to know to start creating your portfolio and getting a job. It is taught by a practicing pro, so you can learn the right way and be up and running with a professional workflow.
What are the requirements?
Basic Computer Knowledge
Good in drawing skills, visualizing
Passion to learn
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 7 lectures and 56 mins of content!
To study a completely new program of V-Ray
To enhance your knowledge by learning the use of V-Ray over any other render machine
To learn all about V-Ray and its usage
What is the target audience?
Professionals of post-production companies