Forum Groups
  All forums
    Help & Feedback
      Questions
      Work in progress
      Finished Art
      Non-Max related
    Community
      Offtopic
      News
    Hardware
    Photography


Featured Threads
  inspiration alert!!!
(37 replies)
  Indespensible MaxScripts, Plugins and 3rd Party Tools
(37 replies)
  The allmighty FREE Resources Thread !
(17 replies)
  spam alert!!!
(4886 replies)
  Maxforums member photo gallery index
(114 replies)
  Maxforums Member Tutorials
(89 replies)
  three cheers to maxforums...
(240 replies)
  101 Things you didnt know in Max...
(198 replies)
  A Face tutorial from MDB101 :D
(95 replies)
  Maxforums.org Members Gallery
(516 replies)
  SON OF POST YOURSELF
(637 replies)
  Dub's Maxscript Tutorial Index
(119 replies)

Maxunderground news unavailable

VRay Camera
show user profile  fzuccaro
Using VRay 2.10.01 in MAX 2012 -64 what is the advantage to using VRay's camera as opposed to MAX's regular camera?
read 493 times
2/13/2012 6:51:47 PM (last edit: 2/13/2012 6:51:47 PM)
show user profile  STRAT
means you can get greater flexibility over the final shot. it's the same as using a real photo lens.





SJLEWORTHY.COM











read 488 times
2/13/2012 6:54:27 PM (last edit: 2/13/2012 6:54:27 PM)
show user profile  9krausec
I haven't used the camera in max in ages, but, if you are rendering with vray, use a vray camera. They are meant to be used in conjunction with eachother.

And the controls are all based on a real camera too. With the vray cam you can change things like ISO, shutter speed, F-stop as well as many more! This not only gives you an extra level of realism, but can also help when doing motion tracking work (can match the virtual camera up and the camera that you used, pretty easily)!

If you have access to using the Vray Cam, use the vray cam.




- Portfolio-




read 476 times
2/13/2012 8:23:32 PM (last edit: 2/13/2012 8:23:32 PM)
show user profile  donvella
I use both depending on the project. Use Like 9k said, use vray cam if you have the choice, from memory it comes with a few extra tools.

Same with lights, I find the standard direct/spot lights are great with vray, and fast too. Just depends on the look and pipeline. Sooo many tools in max do the same thing in a different way, youl find your way.



read 461 times
2/14/2012 4:40:14 AM (last edit: 2/14/2012 4:40:14 AM)
show user profile  Bolteon
if you're going for realism...


use everything vray related. simple enough...

-Marko Mandaric



read 450 times
2/14/2012 8:17:49 AM (last edit: 2/14/2012 8:17:49 AM)
show user profile  fzuccaro
Having taken a second closer look (prompted by this thread) I can see the advantages. I'm an avid 35mm photographer so things like ISO, shutter speed, etc.,make sense to me. Dumb question I guess.

Thanks for all the replies... i see the light.
read 439 times
2/14/2012 6:06:21 PM (last edit: 2/14/2012 6:06:21 PM)
#Maxforums IRC
Open chat window


Support Maxforums.org