Join Brian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video V-Ray object properties, part of V-Ray: Control Color Bleed in Blender.
- [Instructor] In this particular exercise…we're going to take a look at what will already be…a familiar set of controls…given that we have already seen most of them elsewhere…in the V-Ray UI.…In this instance, we will be accessing them…through the properties panel.…In the object section with the flow of geometry selected…we need to open up the wrapper and render roll-outs…and then put a check in each of the boxes…in order to enable the options that we see there.…Essentially, we now have three controls available…that can be used to effect color bleed in our scenes.…
The first two in the wrapper roll-out…should be very familiar…as they are identical to the controls looked…at earlier in the chapter…when we made use of the V-Ray wrapper material.…These being the generated and received GI controls.…A third and somewhat similar option…is the 'visible to GI' control found in the render roll-out.…Now straightaway, we may wonder what…if any, is the difference between the 'generated GI'…and 'visible to GI' options.…Well, let's take a couple of test renders in order to see.…
- 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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