Carlos Alvarez Velazquez walks through all the new features in VRay 5 for Maya.
A little while ago, the Chaos Group released VRay 5 for a host of platforms and DCC’s. The newly redesigned V-Ray Frame Buffer plays host to two exciting features: Light mix which allows you control over how lights interact with other elements in your scene; as well its new layer compositor that will allow 3D artists greater flexibility when it comes time digitally paint on their models!
Carlos Alvarez Velazquez is a leading expert in the field of digital art. He’s been using Vray for years and was thrilled to see it released with so many new features! In this video, he covers what you need to know about how best use these tools on your own work – perfect if you’re just starting out or want another perspective.”
New Features In V-Ray 5 For Maya
The new Vray 2.0 is out and it’s packed with awesome features to make your life easier! I’ll share my first impressions of the software, what they are especially good for like character creation or animation workflows in VRay dishes up some radical innovation by adding Light Mixing alongside Composite rendering modes as well as exclusive ones such Filmic ToneMaps & LookUp Table LUTs (for those who want an even more realistic look).
You can also use Render Element Folders which allow you ultimate control over individual elements while working on a project – perfect if background projections need their own adjustment than just changing shadow settings would do alone.
You can now create a variety of materials with the new Hair Next and Mtl layers. I’ll be showing CarPaint 2, Flakes2Mtl as well as VRay Dirt to demonstrate how it’s done! Watch this space for more updates soon on all things V-Ray including what is coming next in our Already Exists Pack which includes Inner Occlusion mode along with Ambient Streaks enabled by default so make sure your simulations are looking their best before publishing them out into production environments.
In this training, we will be using the UVW Randomizer Stochastic Tiling and MultiSub Tex to randomize our image’s colors. We’ll also look at VRay Proxy with its new Mesh Renderer Node that lets us use real-time physics for an even more realistic result!
I’ll play around LPE Light PathExpression to produce light in different ways inside your scene instead of just relying on portals like before; meanwhile you can watch me update my workflow so it works without needing any additional lights outside which can sometimes get distracting if not set up properly beforehand.
Velazquez shows how to use the Migrate Legacy Scene to update your scenes with a modern look and feel, while still incorporating EV exposure. In this video Velázquez goes over all aspects of V-Ray5 including what is new in terms on workflow as well as some tips for getting started from scratch if you’re upgrading from an older version or beta build!