The Chaos Group posts a look into creating a 3D scene using V-Ray for Nuke. Recently, the Chaos group launched V-Ray for Nuke, allowing yo to render using the V-Ray render engine right within The Foundry’s high-end nodal compositor.

 setting up and rendering a simple scene using the new V-Ray plugin for Nuke

The quick start introductions shows off the differences between Nuke’s native scalene renderer and what is capable with V-Ray for Nuke.

If you have never seen how the V-Ray workflow is within Nuke,  you can see its integration within the 3D compositing environment in this introduction. V-Ray for Nuke gives you the ability to generate things like reflections, refractions, subsurface scattering and image based lighting without having to leave Nuke at all.

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