Join Dave Schultze for an in-depth discussion in this video Rendering with the frame buffer, part of Rhino and V-Ray: Rendering.
…This next video will focus on the V-Ray Frame Buffer also called the VFB.…This is the window that pops up every time you hit R for render.…Besides watching and saving a rendering, there…are some surprisingly cool features built in.…A few of these are little bit technical and outside of our…core scope, so I will be focusing only on the most useful.…So if we were to start our rendering, we would get the Frame Buffer automatically.…If you don't need to start our rendering, but you want to like retrieve or…maybe save your last rendering, you can just click up here on the V-Ray…toolbar, in this little F looking ticket and that'll open up the Frame Buffer,…so it'll show a rendering if it's been done, otherwise it's black like this one.…
Let's go ahead and start a render, so I'm going to click on the R for render button.…And let it finish.…Now one of the more interesting thing most people notice off the bat is…these channels are G and B which…are kind of interesting looking when you separate them.…Most of the time you want to see them all together.…
- Why use V-Ray?
- Installing DR Spawner
- Understanding 3D terminology
- Activating V-Ray
- Adjusting quality settings
- Get quick previews with the material override
- Understanding lighting types
- Exploring materials in the Material Editor
- Creating your own materials
- Texture mapping materials with bitmaps and procedurals
- Saving time with V-Ray presets
- Getting the right size for your render with output settings
- Working with environment lighting
- Strategies for working with cameras and camera settings
- Ensuring accurate color for your scene with color correction
- Rendering tips and tricks
Skill Level Appropriate for all
SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360with Gabriel Corbett1h 50m Intermediate
1. System Setup and Tour
2. Terminology and Strategy
3. V-Ray Express and Studio Tips
4. Material Editor Introduction
5. Material Design and Theory
6. Using the V-Ray Options Editor
Environment settings5m 49s
7. Using the V-Ray Frame Buffer and Color Corrections
Rendering tips and tricks6m 33s
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