Join Joel Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Output options, part of 3ds Max: Rendering for Composites.
- When it comes to outputting the renders or image buffers…that will come from our use of Render Elements,…there are a number of ways that we could go about things.…And indeed, we will ultimately be making use…of State Sets in 3ds Max…to save the final Render Elements…for the many projects that we will undertake…from Chapter 3 onwards.…In this video then, it would probably be a good idea…to cover how we might go about…outputting our Render Elements…should we choose not to make use of the State Sets tool.…
Now, this wouldn't really be…my recommended way of doing things,…although it is most certainly a valid workflow…or pipeline to use.…One, in fact, that most Max users…had to use before the State Set tools were introduced.…The first thing I want to highlight here…involves the current state of our scene setup.…If I open up the Render Scene dialog…and come into the Common tab,…you can see down in the Render Output section…that we aren't currently set up to save…any of our renders to disk.…
The Save File check box isn't active,…
- Making a pipeline decision
- Understanding how state sets work
- Using state sets for rendering passes
- Setting element parameters
- Creating a custom matte pass
- Installing Compositor Link
- Outputting rendering footage to After Effects
- Adding post-production effects in After Effects
Skill Level Intermediate
3ds Max 2013 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross7h 9m Beginner
Learning CAT Rigging Tools in 3ds Maxwith Joel Bradley2h 33m Intermediate
Modeling a Character in 3ds Maxwith Ryan Kittleson4h 31m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Render Elements
2. Introduction to State Sets
3. Project - Rendering Our Elements
4. Project - Interoperability with After Effects
5. Project - Post Production in Adobe After Effects
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