Join David Mattingly for an in-depth discussion in this video Rendering the scene, part of Digital Matte Painting Essentials 5: Camera Projection in Maya.
…We've now animated the camera and we're ready to render out the sequence.…Let's turn on High Quality Rendering so we can preview it nicely.…It's ready to go.…Go up to Render Settings and open that up.…Let's double check these settings to make sure everything is set correctly.…Filename prefix, I've called this Camera Projection, and…if you put a test forward slash before…your file name, it makes Maya place the render inside of a folder called Test, and…helps you keep a little more organized. The image format should be Maya IFF.…
Frame animation extension has to be set to name, number, extension.…Frame padding should be set to 4 so you can render multiple frames.…End Frame should be 200, so you'll render…out 200 frames.…The renderable camera must be set to Animation Cam.…You can render out to whatever format you like.…I'm rendering out to Full 1024.…Now, click open this tab next to common that says Maya Software.…Maya defaults to quality Preview Quality, which will…not give you very good results in an animation.…
- What is camera projection?
- Isolating the layers in your painting
- Setting up for projection camera
- Adding geometry
- Projecting textures
- Animating the camera
- Vertex modeling
- Animating the background
- Adding flames, smoke, and glows
- Rendering your project
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)with Julieanne Kost14h 58m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Camera Projection
2. Setting Up Your Maya File
3. Adding Geometry to Match Your Painting
4. Projecting Your Textures
5. Adding an Animated Camera
6. Advanced Camera Projection
7. Toning and Animating the Background
8. Adding Video and Special Effects
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