Join Dariush Derakhshani for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating VROPs, part of Learning V-Ray for Maya.
In this video, we'll be taking a look at VRay object properties.…We have a simple scene set up here, with a background and several objects that make…up this oil rig. We have some of the objects lose and in…top node and a few groups, as well, to differentiate some of the overall pieces.…The purpose of the V-Ray object properties is to give you a little bit of control and composite.…
To create a property first, you have to describe the geometry that you wish to…create a property for. For example we will be taking a look at…creating a separate property for these text.…I will go ahead and select the top group of those text and then go to Create >…V-Ray > Object properties. And I will apply a single object property…to the selection. This adds a new node in the Outliner,…called a VRay object properties that will show us group one.…
Let's take a look at the attributes for a VRay object property.…You'll see you'll have a chance to change quite a number of things including setting…an object ID, which is the first thing we'll do.…
- 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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