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Introduction to V-Ray for Maya

Introduction to V-Ray for Maya

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Description

In this series of lessons, we will be taking an introductory look at many of the rendering features found in V-Ray for Maya. Software required: Maya 2011 and higher.

Syllabus

Introduction and Project Overview
Understanding the V-Ray Image Sampler
Working with V-Ray Lights in Maya
Exploring Additional V-Ray Light Attributes
Using the V-Ray IES Light in Maya
Using Maya Geometry as a V-Ray Light Source
Overview of the Vraymtl in Maya
Refraction Attributes of the VRayMtl in Maya
Getting Started with Indirect Illumination in V-Ray
Utilizing Photon Maps in V-Ray
Exploring Irradiance Maps in V-Ray
Understanding Light Cache in V-Ray
Saving and Re-using Indirect Illumination Data from V-Ray
Creating Detailed V-Ray Caustic Patterns in Maya
Using the V-Ray Two-sided Material in Maya
Working with V-Ray Material Overrides in Maya
Adding V-Ray Attributes to Maya Cameras
Using the V-Ray Sun and Sky Features in Maya
V-Ray Color Mapping Features in Maya
Creating Image-based Lighting with V-Ray for Maya
Rendering Smooth Geometry with V-Ray for Maya
Rendering V-Ray Displacements in Maya
Using V-Ray Render Elements in Maya

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