Join Brian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using render channels, part of V-Ray: Control Color Bleed in Blender.
- With the basic scene set-up taken care of…we're ready to start setting up…the render channels that we…would want to use in our post production application.…Which, as already mentioned, will in this instance…be Photoshop.…In the scene tab on the properties panel, then,…the very first thing we need to do,…in the scene roll out is add a new channels,…or scene note, tree.…Which we can then view by jumping into…the scene section of the node editor window.…This, as you can see, gives us a render channels container…that we will use to render out…the various elements that we want.…
These, we can grab from the render channels fly-out,…found in the Add menu.…Now the three specific channels that we want…are GI, lighting, and background.…But of course, as we look down the channels list here,…none of those can be seen,…which is because they are all, in fact,…subsections or variations of the color channel node.…Indeed, if we add one of those,…and then click on the type selector,…you can see that we gain access…to a whole bunch of render channel types.…
- How light works
- Geometry setup
- White balance control
- Use of problem colors
- Saturation control
- Single-bounce primary engines
- GI multiplier control
- Wrapper material
- Override material
- Color mapping and color bleed
- V-Ray object properties
- Render channels
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Product Shots in Blenderwith George Maestri2h 6m Intermediate
Creating an Interior Scene with Blenderwith Darrin Lile2h 27m Intermediate
Creating a Finished Character Animation in Blenderwith David Andrade1h 29m Intermediate
Introduction and Important Information
1. Color Bleed Basics
Defining color bleed4m 53s
2. Physically Accurate Color Bleed Control
3. Global Illumination Controls
Saving GI map files to disk3m 54s
4. Other Color Bleed Control Options
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