Maya tutorial: Utilizing render elements | lynda.com

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This Maya tutorial describes a compositing approach to 3D rendering that makes adjustments to a V-Ray image. This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter nine of the V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Brian Bradley. The complete V-Ray 2.0 course has a total duration of 4 hours and 46 minutes, and introduces the V-Ray 2.0 rendering engine, while also discussing Maya tools and how to extend the overall range of Maya. Watch more of this course on lynda.com: www.lynda.com V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. Getting Ready to Render with V-Ray 2. Critical V-Ray Concepts 3. Key Lighting Tools 4. Global Illumination 5. The V-Ray Materials 6. Quality Control with Image Sampling 7. The Physical Workflow 8. V-Ray’s Effects Tools 9. Using Render Elements 10. V-Ray RT Conclusion
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This is because I’m proving meself to the teacher that I can handle with After Effects and keying. I’ve shot meself with a Sony HDR FX-1 in DV. Behind me was a green screen footage. The green color could be removed with a effect for After Effects CS3 (keylight). I hope you can understand what I’m saying. I don’t speak english often.

  1. mvp509
    mvp50905-21-2012

    i love his expression change XD

  2. cchanderson
    cchanderson05-21-2012

    For being Dutch and hearing impaired id say your English is just fine…I could understand everything. You got talent, great video. 

  3. vallaznoll
    vallaznoll05-21-2012

    hahahahhahahhahaaha

  4. FinalFantasyLigriv
    FinalFantasyLigriv05-21-2012

    hahahahahahaha looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool but it would be better if theree vid showed that you were being kicked as in the original scene!

  5. 123DominatoR321
    123DominatoR32105-21-2012

    lol xD

  6. wrenthereaper
    wrenthereaper05-21-2012

    wow thats pretty decent color correction.

  7. wingehh
    wingehh05-21-2012

    pretty funny xD

  8. iashisess
    iashisess05-21-2012

    nice 1 dude…im also editing vids but im just a beginner..

  9. slimjim1389
    slimjim138905-21-2012

    ohh so your in front of the other guy, i gotchya
    good work

  10. Fraggeroni
    Fraggeroni05-21-2012

    nono, just absolutely simple.
    I have masked the added video to let it look like it’s behind Leonidas.

    Best Wishes,
    Max

  11. slimjim1389
    slimjim138905-21-2012

    thats cool, did you use
    motion tracking around lionidus’ head
    to remove the backround and put a new one in?

    please explain thanks

  12. pterra9
    pterra905-21-2012

    your funny lol

  13. tdg911
    tdg91105-21-2012

    haha that was great! funny and well done!!!!

  14. snotslapkikker
    snotslapkikker05-21-2012

    hahahaha nice work max :D

  15. overv161
    overv16105-21-2012

    Ok, I’ve to admit that my English isn’t too great either and what’s more… I’m also Dutch 😉

  16. Fraggeroni
    Fraggeroni05-21-2012

    I know :'( It’s because I’m dutch and hearing impaired. And I made a mess of that accent. 😉

  17. overv161
    overv16105-21-2012

    Wow nice video, but your english is really weird xD

  18. scarfacehomie101
    scarfacehomie10105-21-2012

    aha, funny 5 stars

  19. travisbarker1982
    travisbarker198205-21-2012

    Thank you!

  20. Fraggeroni
    Fraggeroni05-21-2012

    It was really a hurt to finetune the lighting in after effects. I used the filter ‘Curves’ and ‘exposure’ to change red, blue and green. Those are standard filters in After effects.

    Thanks everyone. 🙂

  21. travisbarker1982
    travisbarker198205-21-2012

    LOOOL! That was incredible… How did you light the scene to match the same type of light?

  22. nineclicks
    nineclicks05-21-2012

    This was really good. Especially the lighting.

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