Light and Render an Interior Scene with V-Ray for Cinema 4D
Learn to light an interior scene with these lighting and rendering techniques. Create rich and realistic renders using V-Ray for Cinema 4D. The scene files are included so you can play along.
How to Light an Interior Day Scene
Watch this quick start tutorial with Fabio and you’ll be lighting interiors in V-Ray 3.7 for Cinema 4D in no time! He walks you through setting up your interior project for day time lighting. They explain how to do it using both the V-Ray Sun & Sky system, as well as the image-based lighting technique. In addition, you’ll understand working with some basic functions of V-Ray for Cinema 4D. Adjust the lights and colors for total photorealism.
In part 2 of the tutorial, you’ll add a V-Ray Area Dome light, which will be turned to allow the light to come in through the correct windows. Learn to adjust the camera values, exposure, and more.
How to Light an Interior Night Scene
In the second video tutorial, learn how to set up an interior scene for evening lighting using a V-Ray Dome light and multiple Spot lights. Learn methods of tweaking the settings for the ultimate in realism.
Sophisticated physically-based rendering seamlessly integrated into Cinema 4D
Optimized for both CPUs and GPUs, V-Ray for Cinema 4D allows 3D artists and designers to render unsurpassed quality, quickly, even when working with complicated 3D projects.
V-Ray for Cinema 4D includes a full-featured tool with lighting, shading, and rendering, giving artists ultimate creative control over the whole process, from real-time look development to the last frame.
Professional 3D rendering software for Cinema 4D artists and designers
V-Ray for Cinema 4D puts industry-standard technology for photorealistic 3D rendering into the hands of Cinema 4D artists and designers. With smart tools and powerful rendering capabilities, V-Ray’s combination of speed and creative control is perfect for any project.
3D for the Whole World
Maxon Cinema 4D R23 breathes life into characters and animations with outstanding new tools and workflow enhancements. Key improvements to animation workflow make it easier to create and manipulate keyframes, produce fantastic new character rigs, and manage poses, retargeting, and skinning. Enjoy all the UV and Viewport updates from S22, as well as additional refinements to both. Step into the future with a preview of the new Scene Nodes system-the power and performance of Cinema 4D’s future. R23 includes Red Giant’s Magic Bullet Looks technology. In addition, there are Deformer enhancements. Markedly, Maxon has updated integrations for Python 3, OBJ, FBX, and USD.
Maxon Cinema R23 Compatibility – The Definitive List
We’re elated about the release of Maxon Cinema 4D R23, the first subscription-only release. But, as with any major release, the issue of compatibility comes into play. Developers are working diligently to make sure everything will work smoothly with the new R23 release.
We have put together a list of products and information to keep you informed about plug-in and product compatibility.
In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?
V-Ray is a robust, full-featured 3D rendering system built for designers, architects, and jack-of-all-trades.
For many artists, when asked to describe working with V-Ray, the terms “high-quality, photo-realistic renders, and real-time speed” quickly come to mind. Artists say that it’s easy to dive in because it comes with so many preset materials and settings. They love how V-Ray comes with numerous options that allow users to customize pretty much every aspect of the lighting and materials. With this in mind, Chaos Group has extensive online training available, from beginner to advanced.
V-Ray is integrated into just about every piece of popular 3D creative software, including Cinema 4D, 3ds Max, Nuke, MODO, Unreal, and more. Comparatively, no other renderer on the market has as much host support!
Learn more about what makes Chaos Group’s V-Ray unique, and why V-Ray is the renderer of choice for so many artists. Try it out yourself for free!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki