V-Ray is a 3D rendering software that is compatible with most major digital content creation applications including Autodesk's 3ds Max, Maya and Revit, Trimble's SketchUp, McNeel's Rhino, and Foundry's Modo, Nuke and Katana. V-Ray is widely used in multiple industries such as architectural visualisation, advertising, and visual effects for film and television. In our V-ray course, you'll take part in an intense program with one of our top Licensed instructors - and learn everything you've ever wanted to know about V-Ray. Most importantly, knowing V-Ray for instance on 3ds Max means knowing it on every other software - as it is the same.
V-Ray for SketchUp
V-Ray for Maya
V-Ray for 3ds Max
V-Ray for SketchUp is designer-friendly rendering solution for SketchUp features dramatic improvements to visualisation workflow with V-Ray Next and improved image based lighting quality with the V-Ray Dome Light. V-Ray for SketchUp allows for easier complex scene management with highly detailed models.
V-Ray for Maya production workflows for VFX and animation projects
V-Ray smoothly integrates itself into 3ds Max and artist's or designer's workflow. V-Ray is the industry standard for render quality, speed, reliability, and ease of use.
V-Ray for Nuke
V-Ray for Unreal Engine
V-Ray for Cinema4D
V-Ray for NUKE introduces a new approach to lighting and compositing that integrates production-quality ray traced rendering into NUKE
V-Ray for Unreal is the fastest, most straightforward way to bring V-Ray scenes directly into the Unreal Editor. Moreover, it allows you to render ray-traced, photorealistic images using V-Ray directly in Unreal.
Everything you need to know about lights, materials and cameras in V-Ray for Cinema4D.
Live Online (remote) course date
20/01/2020 - 23/01/2020
24/02/2020 - 27/02/2020
Live Online Training
As a workforce is divided around the globe, Live Online training acts a crucial part in managing different offices and providing the same training course remotely to all.
- 20/01/2020 - 23/01/2020
- 24/02/2020 - 27/02/2020
- 23/03/2020 - 26/03/2020
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