- So from our last movie, we had these…really cool AOV renders, where we saw…the different components of our beauty render.…And we were using the default settings in RenderMan…when it comes to the integrator.…So we want to take a look at the integrators in this movie…and kind of go into all the different ones…that RenderMan provides.…The Path Tracer is the default integrator…that we've been rendering with up until now,…but there's a lot of different other options in there.…So let's take a quick look.…
I'm going to bring up the RenderMan controls,…and we're going to go over into the Sampling tab,…and we're going to notice that right beside the Sampling tab…is also IPR Sampling, and it's identical.…So, if I switch back to the Sampling tab,…we can see that the actual parameters are the same.…Of course, we can change to different settings,…and the reason that there's two of them that are the same…is the Sampling refers to our final render.…So if I go over here and mouse over, this is…our Render button that we've be using so far in the course.…
- Generating your first render in RenderMan
- Using interactive progressive rendering (IPR)
- Working with AOVs
- Rendering with different integrators, including the path tracer and bidirectional VCM
- Setting up a scene with mesh lights
- Adjusting Max Path Length and other render settings
- Rendering materials
- Lighting in RenderMan
Skill Level Beginner
3ds Max 2016 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross10h 44m Beginner
1. Getting Started with RenderMan for Maya
Area light overview6m 17s
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