Post-lighting a scene V-Ray 2.0 for Maya


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Post-lighting a scene

Now that we have hopefully demonstrated both the power and flexibility of the Render Elements Workflow, we are going to spend a little bit of time demonstrating to you the power of a new to V-Ray 2.0 Render Element called V-Ray Light Select. This particular element can add a lot of flexibility to the lighting of a shot without the need for any re- rendering from our 3D application. Again, we need to come into our Render Settings window, so let's use the icon on the Main toolbar. We, of course, want to come into our Render Elements tab.

You can see we still have all of the elements from our previous exercise, so we just need to clear this out, so I am going to left mouse click and select the first one, hold down my Shift key and then double-click the final element, and you can see all of those disappear nicely. Now we need to add our Light Select element into our column, so let's just go and scroll down to the bottom. You can see we have our Light Select element, so I am just going ...

Post-lighting a scene
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Post-lighting a scene provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Brian Bradley as part of the V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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