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Optimize render speed in Vray for 3dsMax

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Rendering is always a trade off between speed and quality. There are many settings in Vray that you can use to speed up rendering, or to increase image quality, but it's easy to get lost if you don't really know what you're doing. We will try to explain the most important settings, and how they affect speed and quality.

This tutorial was created with V-ray version 3.0 . You will probably be able to follow along with older versions, but some screenshots may vary, or some settings may be missing or will have a slightly different effect on image quality.

The included max files are all created in 3D Studio Max 2013, but saved as 3D Studio Max 2010 files. So they will open fine in any Max version from 2010 up, but you will not be able to open them in older ones!

What will you learn?

Adjust speed vs. quality

All settings influence both render speed and image quality. We'll go over each parameter, showing how it affects image quality and how big the effect on render speed is.

Image sampler types

Vray has several 'image samplers', different approaches to calculating every pixel of your image. Each has its advantages, so we'll test them all and pick the most versatile to use in a wide variety of scenes.

Global vs local control

We'll go over all the parameters that control image quality, either global settings that affect the entire image, and local settings to improve quality only in certain areas of your image.

Scene optimization

After digging deeper into V-Rays raytracing theory, we'll provide you with a general workflow to optimize your scenes for render speed and quality. We'll use render elements and other visual clues to identify where the problems are situated.

Draft quality vs. final rendering

With just a few tweaks, you will be able to switch from draft quality for your test renders, to super high quality for your final high resolution images.

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What can you expect?

  • In depth information explaining what and why. Instead of summing up a bunch of settings, we explain everything.
  • A thorough understanding of all settings, so you will be able to tweak things further to your specific needs.
  • Screenshots for every step of the tutorial, together with rendertimes, showing you exactly the effect of every parameter both in speed and quality.
  • Step by step instructions, in an easy to follow, human language.
  • A 3dsMax scene file is included, so you can experiment with the same scene on your own. Of course the tutorial can be applied to eny kind of scene you want.
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