Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Rendering final images, part of Product Shots in Blender.
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…Once you have your lighting pretty much tweaked you…can start to do your final render.…So, final rendering is pretty simple.…All you have to do is just hit F12,…that'll do a render, or you can select it from here, render image.…But before you do that,…you want to make sure that you have all of your settings set up properly.…For example, here,…I want to make sure that I'm rendering on the GPU if I have the proper video card.…And then for render presets, I've been testing this at 640 by.…
By 640, but let's go ahead and bring it up a little bit.…I'm going to make it a 1K image, so I'm going to do 1024 by 1024.…Aspect ratio is fine.…If we want, we can output to a specific file, or we can save it later.…And then the important things are sampling.…So one of the first things you want to do is use the preset that says final and…this will give how many samples you want to use.…You can certainly bring those up if you need to.…We can also add in light Paz, now since this doesn't really have any reflections.…
We don't have to worry too much about transparency or bounces.…
- Modeling to reference
- Setting up the Cycles renderer
- Projecting and unwrapping UVs
- Setting up the camera
- Adding lights
- Texturing product shots
Skill Level Intermediate
Rendering Using Cycles in Blenderwith George Maestri1h 28m Intermediate
Creating Rigid Body Simulations in Blenderwith Joel Bradley2h 39m Intermediate
1. Creating Packages
2. Rendering Packaging Shots
3. Creating a Sports Bottle
4. Creating Materials in Cycles
5. Rendering a Sports Drink Shot
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