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Chaos Group V-Ray (38 Tutorials)

3ds Max: Rendering Realistic Explosion and Smoke in V-Ray for 3ds Max

3ds Max: Rendering Realistic Explosion and Smoke in V-Ray for 3ds Max

October 10, 2017

This tutorial, part of ” The Ultimate Introduction to V-Ray for 3ds Max ” course from Mograph Plus, shows you how to render realistic explosions and smoke in V-Ray for 3ds Max.

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3ds Max: Create Detailed Sand with iToo Software’s Forest Pack

3ds Max: Create Detailed Sand with iToo Software’s Forest Pack

May 9, 2017

This step by step tutorial teaches you how to use Forest Pack’s “Forest Color” map features plus a bit of customizing, to create macro-photorealistic sand.

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Intro to V-Ray 3.4 for C4D

Intro to V-Ray 3.4 for C4D

April 18, 2017

Want to make incredible renders with V-Rayfor4D? Mograph+ explains how to do it!

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SiNi Software_Illumi HDRI Wizard with VRay Renderer

SiNi Software_Illumi HDRI Wizard with VRay Renderer

January 30, 2017

This video focuses on the Illumi plugin for 3ds Max IgNite with VRay Renderer settings.

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Pool Caustics with VRayforC4D

Pool Caustics with VRayforC4D

April 28, 2016

Josef Bsharah looks at using the Houdini ocean toolkit to create some realistic caustics for a swimming for using VRayforC4D 1.8 with the new directional light option within the area light .

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A Faster Render

A Faster Render

February 17, 2016

“After I posted my Danny’s Dream short a few weeks ago, a few people wrote to ask about the V-Ray settings I’d used to render the sequences in about 5 minutes per frame. Instead of answering individually, I thought I’d post and discuss my settings here.” – Bertrand Benoit | BB3viz

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Creating rusty metal with V-Ray 3.3

Creating rusty metal with V-Ray 3.3

February 9, 2016

Hammer Chen shows you how to create a rusty metal shader with V-Ray 3.3 and 3DS Max.

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Rendering a Sci-fi Gun and Scene With VrayForC4D

Rendering a Sci-fi Gun and Scene With VrayForC4D

February 5, 2016

“Curse Studio’s Dominik Dammelhart walks through rendering a realistic scene with VrayForC4D including lights materials and settings.” – Lester Banks

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Alembic Pipeline Workflow for V-Ray in Maya

Alembic Pipeline Workflow for V-Ray in Maya

February 5, 2016

Here is another awesome tutorial from MAXDEPTH!

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V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Lighting

V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Lighting

January 18, 2016

This video takes a look at the V-Ray lights in V-Ray for NUKE.

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V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Geometry

V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Geometry

January 18, 2016

Learn how to load in new geometry file formats and how they compare to the original file formats that are provided within Nuke.  We'll also take a look at the vrmesh and V-Ray proxy node.

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V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Materials and Textures

V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start: Materials and Textures

January 18, 2016

Learn about V-Ray for NUKE’s ability to generate a rendered element.  We’ll also take a look at the VRayMaterialPreview node and how it can be used to rapidly develop the look of a shader using just the VRayMaterialPreview node and a VRayMtl node or shading network that you create, without having to set up an entire scene.

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V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start

V-Ray for NUKE – Quick Start

January 12, 2016

Learn how to set up and render a simple scene in NUKE using V-Ray.

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RealFlow: Water Displacement – Space Pyramid Rise

RealFlow: Water Displacement – Space Pyramid Rise

January 7, 2016

In this tutorial, Niall Horn provides a step-by-step breakdown for his awesome Space Pyramid shot. Here you will learn how RealFlow is used alongside 3ds Max, Krakatoa, Frost, After Effects and Vray.

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Setting up a Remote Dongle Server for V-Ray

Setting up a Remote Dongle Server for V-Ray

November 16, 2015

“If you’re a V-Ray user, there’s no doubt you get a bit paranoid about losing your dongle, especially when out in public.” – Dave Gigard

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