Maya tutorial: Utilizing render elements |


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 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 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

    i love his expression change XD

  2. cchanderson

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

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  4. FinalFantasyLigriv

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

  5. 123DominatoR321

    lol xD

  6. wrenthereaper

    wow thats pretty decent color correction.

  7. wingehh

    pretty funny xD

  8. iashisess

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

  9. slimjim1389

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

  10. Fraggeroni

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

    Best Wishes,

  11. slimjim1389

    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

    your funny lol

  13. tdg911

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

  14. snotslapkikker

    hahahaha nice work max :D

  15. overv161

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

  16. Fraggeroni

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

  17. overv161

    Wow nice video, but your english is really weird xD

  18. scarfacehomie101

    aha, funny 5 stars

  19. travisbarker1982

    Thank you!

  20. Fraggeroni

    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

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

  22. nineclicks

    This was really good. Especially the lighting.

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