Join Dariush Derakhshani for an in-depth discussion in this video Cameras, part of Learning V-Ray for Maya.
In this video we'll be taking a look at Maya cameras and Vray.…We have a scene set up here with a 22mm lens on a regular Maya camera, which gives…us a result like this. Now the sampling is fairly low, set up in…the render settings. But in the render settings under the VRay…tab, there's a heading called Camera. Here you can change the type of camera…that we've got set up. Now this is not to be confused with the…VRay physical Camera, which we are not covering in this video.…
We're just dealing with the regular Maya camera, not the VRay physical.…However, in the render settings, you can change the camera type and there's quite a…few listed here. For example, switching it to a spherical…camera will yield a warped result because the lens elements in the camera are spherical.…Now, if we change to a cylindrical type camera we get this result, a box is…actually very interesting because it basically unwraps the scene into a Layout…of six different cameras, that gives you an orthogonal view, of each side of your scene.…
- What is V-Ray?
- V-Ray integration with Maya UI
- V-Ray lights and shaders
- Working with global illumination
- Object properties and render layers
- Creating passes and elements
- Rendering and optimizing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with V-Ray
What is V-Ray?2m 50s
2. V-Ray Lights
3. V-Ray Shaders
4. GI Methodology
5. V-Ray Object Properties and Render Layers
6. V-Ray Render Elements
7. Rendering and Optimizing
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