Join Brian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video The importance of bit depth in compositing, part of 3ds Max: Rendering for Compositing in V-Ray Next.
- [Instructor] Now whilst the technical aspects … of lighting and rendering workflows … aren't generally speaking everybody's favorite subject, … they are nevertheless essential … to our being able to work smartly, efficiently, … and indeed creatively inside V-Ray Next for 3ds Max. … What we want to cover in this video then … is an important overview … of just what is meant … whenever we hear the terms bit or color depth used … in connection with the image files … that we use to save our V-Ray renders to disk. … Now, just as a side note here, … when talking about the color information … contained inside an image file of any type, … the technically correct approach … would be to refer to this as its color depth, … but because color depth is measured in bits, … many people simply refer to this aspect of an image file … as its bit depth. … Besides understanding what the term bit depth … refers to though, … we also need to understand a little bit about the why, … as in why bit depth is important. …
This course was created by Brian Bradley. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Why use render elements in 3ds Max
- Output options in V-Ray Next and 3ds Max
- Using state sets for rendering in passes
- Compositing lighting and other beauty pass elements
- Exploring the render elements in depth
- Compositing an animated sequence from start to finish
Skill Level Intermediate
V-Ray Next for 3ds Max Essential Trainingwith Brian Bradley6h 13m Intermediate
3ds Max 2019: Advanced Lightingwith Aaron F. Ross3h 36m Advanced
3ds Max 2019: Advanced Materialswith Aaron F. Ross2h 37m Advanced
3ds Max and V-Ray: Exterior Lighting and Renderingwith George Maestri1h 35m Intermediate
3ds Max and V-Ray: Residential Exterior Materialswith George Maestri2h 27m Intermediate
1. Rendering for Compositing
2. An Introduction to State Sets
3. Working with the Beauty Pass Elements
4. A Deeper Dive into Render Elements
5. Project: Working with an Animated Sequence
6. Compositing in After Effects
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