Although not really meant to be used as a primary bounce engine, we can see here that Light Cache is very good at spreading light around an environment, although it does lose detail and quality, especially so in tight spaces where we would expect to see o
- [Instructor] In this video we're going…to be working once again with our interior scene…in order to create yet another GI solution,…only this time using V Ray's light cache engine.…We will of course be using the same basic procedure…as with our irradiance mapping exercise,…and so the very first thing that we will want…to do in the properties panel is enable GI for the scene…and then set light cache to be our primary bounce engine,…whilst once again setting the secondary engine to null.…Now the default light cache settings that we have,…as were the irradiance mapping,…are designed to give us a fairly decent level…of quality from the system.…
Although of course the settings here are assuming…that we're using light cache in it's preferred role…as a secondary bounce engine.…If we go ahead and take a render though…we should see a couple of things.…Firstly that we get a very high level…of illumination in the render.…Certainly much brighter than was the case…with our initial irradiance map only solution.…This is because light cache rays,…
- Getting comfortable with the V-Ray interface
- Exploring V-Ray light types: Sun, Sky, Spot, and more
- Using irradiance mapping and global illumination
- Working with the Physical Camera
- Using V-Ray materials
- Controlling quality with image sampling and the different engines
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Introduction and Important Information
1. Introduction to V-Ray in Blender
2. Key Lighting Tools
3. Global Illumination: Bouncing Our Light Around
4. Working with the V-Ray Physical Camera
Working with motion blur2m 48s
5. V-Ray Materials and Maps
6. Quality Control Using Image Sampling
What next?1m 9s
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