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Procedural Texturing in VRED

Follow along as Heba Hassan shows you just how powerful Autodesk Vred truly is. Heba will teach you how to use Vred to get you up and running rendering your scene faster than ever.

Length: 9 Hours 24 Minutes 6 Seconds

Price: $49.99

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Power vs Speed!

Do want to get a real product rendered within a few hours? If that so, this course is for you. Autodesk Vred allows any user to render a real product in high quality within a few hours or less. This course will teach you to use Autodesk Vred for procedurally texturing your models quickly, based on real-life calculations. The outcome is extremely realistic textures, while also providing you with the power to modify them easily at any time. You can use any 3D software like Cinema 4D for ordering the model components before rendering. What makes this process better than using Arnold or Vray is how quickly you can get it done: you can achieve your first real product in the first few steps of this tutorial.

Part 1, Chapters 1 - 6: While we start shading a concept car, we’ll have a look at different areas in Vred.

Part 2, Chapters 7 - 14: Now that we've worked with Vred, its time to prepare our main scene in Cinema 4D and 3DS Max before we start texturing in Vred.

Part 3, Chapter 15 - 23: Now starts the amazing fun with Autodesk Vred in order to apply shading to our scene. We will learn how to use procedural complex materials, dirty metallic materials, and more, to use simply and quickly.

Software Requirements:

Autodesk 3DS Max 2018, Autodesk VRED

Availability:

Video-on-demand streaming is available through the website to subscribers. In addition, video files are available for download for those who directly purchase individual titles from their cart.

About Heba Hassan

Heba Hassan

Heba Hassan has four years experience working in compositing and projection using The Foundry Nuke. Several years ago she began to learn about texturing models in realistic patterns. Heba loves to learn and is driven to pick up new skills in VFX every day.