Learn the new features of V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max through VRay webinar, mentored by Yana Andreeva, Chaos Group.
The latest VRay webinar covers very essential features of V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max. V-Ray from Chaos Group is an industry standard rendering plug-in for leading 3D Animation and Visual Effects softwares. VRay comprises credentials in various Media and Entertainment sectors: movies, commercials, TV series, games, architecture, corporate, product design and many more.
This VRay tutorial showcases new features and updates in the latest versions. The massive in-built library of materials, shaders and other supporting elements makes it perfect fit in post production pipeline. Following learning points are covered in the VRay webinar.
- Adaptive Lights: One more strategy for quickening the rendering of scenes with many light sources.
- Resumable Rendering: You can pause the live rendering for editing the parameters. It will save the current render state.
- Interactive Production Rendering: The V-Ray production renderer can be utilized as a part of intuitive rendering mode.
- GPU Improvements: It renders up to 7X faster from its earlier version. New options are updated to tweak various parameters.
- Live VR Rendering: It is great achievement in the rising field of Virtual Reality (VR). It previews on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets.
- Glossy Fresnel: New physically-precise reflection demonstrate inputs more authenticity to any scene.
- alSurface material: It was a long due. The very famous alSurface material from Anders Langlands is now comes in-bundle pack of VRay.
- MDL materials: MDL stands for Material Definition Language. It is from NVIDIA. VRay 3.5 can import and render MDL materials.
- Interactive Lens Effects: These are GPU accelerated effects.
This free VRay webinar was conducted by veteran 3D artist and CG Specialist Yana Andreeva from Chaos Group. She is specialized for V-Ray presentations and videos. She has done Bachelor’s in Audiovisual Media (Stuttgart Media University) and Master’s Digital Arts (University of Applied Sciences, Upper Austria).
Check out the recorded webinar of V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max.