Join Dariush Derakhshani for an in-depth discussion in this video The Dome light, part of Learning V-Ray for Maya.
In this video we're going to take a look at the VRay dome light.…This scene we have a 60 meter oil rig, and the idea is to get an evenly lit…environment for its render. We'll go ahead into the Create Lights,…Dome Light. And you will see a little locator show up…for the dome light. It's attributes are similar to other VRay…dome lights, in that it has a color which can be set with temperature.…
Measured in Kelvin or with a simple color swatch, and it has an intensity multiplier.…This of course sets how bright the dome light becomes.…This gives you a hemisphere that fits over your object to give you a nice soft lighting.…We'll go ahead and take a look at our render now.…So with that dome light, we have a nice even shading all the way around.…
You'll notice a little bit of a white strip up here, let me show you what that is.…If we zoom out and we angle this way and we go ahead and render again, you're…going to see a lot more white. And that actually is the dome light being…visible in the render. So, first thing you should do is go ahead…
- 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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