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Using cloud rendering can have a transformative effect on digital content creation workflows if used properly. They can help when deadlines are tight, save a huge investment – both in terms of hardware and maintenance of creating your own render farm – and can also enable the rendering of huge projects if you are away from your main workstation.

Better rendering hardware, lower rendering costs and easier to use. These are the points where cloud rendering has advantages over traditional rendering.

Various technologies are used to achieve a photorealistic look. For example, ray-tracing is a technology for creating realistic lighting, reflections, and shadows, providing a high level of authenticity. To create a photorealistic 3D image, you need skills of a graphics designer, a powerful computer, and, of course, professional software. What can be an ideal tool for a beginner or even a professional may not be suitable for another artist. Nevertheless, there is a great new software for photorealistic 3D rendering, which is suitable for both professionals and beginners, which is Light Tracer Render.
27 Jan 2022

The most powerful cloud rendering service for Light Tracer Render

Various technologies are used to achieve a photorealistic look. For example, ray-tracing is a technology for creating realistic lighting, reflections,…

Texturing and creating realistic skin tones challenges many new 3D artists. If you’ve ever wondered how published Daz artists create their lifelike products and unique models, from human figures to scale-covered dragons — this post might help. There are a plethora of 3D skin tone options available to you inside Daz Studio and also outside of it in popular 3D programs like Blender. First, we’ll talk about some of the technical tools available for creating textures and materials. Then we’ll look more closely at how Daz Studio handles these and how you can get the best results in your own renders.
27 Jan 2022

Creating 3D Skin Tones: The Ultimate Guide from Skin to Scales in Daz Studio

Texturing and creating realistic skin tones challenges many new 3D artists. If you’ve ever wondered how published Daz artists create…

First released in 1998 by Alias Wavefront and made better by Autodesk, Maya is an industry-leading 3D animation software that makes workflows easier for artists around the globe. It’s also one of the most versatile modeling applications there is. This application was used in films like Avatar, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Frozen, Monster Inc. and the Matrix. It’s also used as a visual effects tool for Games of Thrones and The Walking Dead, just to name a few. With its full suite of tools for character animation, lighting, VFX and motion graphics, Maya packs a lot of features that deliver breathtaking results. But when used in conjunction with other plugins, Maya becomes an animation and VFX powerhouse. To expand Maya’s functionalities even further, try any of these plugins for Maya:
26 Jan 2022

Top Plugins to Complement Autodesk Maya

First released in 1998 by Alias Wavefront and made better by Autodesk, Maya is an industry-leading 3D animation software that…

However, when using Unreal Engine 4, various issues may arise. One of them is crashing. Thousands of players have recently reported the very same issue. But the good news is that you can fix it. In today’s article, we will find out a list of solutions that have proved useful to many players.
24 Jan 2022

How to Fix Unreal Engine 4 Crashing on PC

However, when using Unreal Engine 4, various issues may arise. One of them is crashing. Thousands of players have recently…

This article introduces HtoA, a plug-in that allows you to use the Arnold renderer directly in Houdini. So which graphic card is the most powerful? In the previous part, we know that Arnold recommends using Ampere RTX. Whether users are working from a workstation, laptop, data center or cloud rendering, NVIDIA provides a comprehensive set of options to meet the growing needs of every artist or studio.
23 Jan 2022

Professional Cloud Rendering Service for Houdini & Arnold Multi-GPU

This article introduces HtoA, a plug-in that allows you to use the Arnold renderer directly in Houdini. So which graphic…

In terms of post-production or video effects, camera tracking is the process of recreating the camera path taken by the actual real-life camera. Importing a 3D model and putting it on top of the footage won’t look real nor very good, as the ground in your video would be moving and you would have to animate the model frame by frame to follow (unless you had the camera perfectly still). Using Blender’s 2.8 camera tracking feature, you can do this in a much easier. In Blog's Today, you’ll learn how to use Blender’s camera tracking to extract the camera’s motion from the footage and create a digital scene within your video.
22 Jan 2022

Blender Camera Tracking Tutorial with iRender Cloud Rendering

In terms of post-production or video effects, camera tracking is the process of recreating the camera path taken by the…

In Twinmotion, the creative process is hard enough without interruption. Twinmotion is a real-time visualization tool that empowers you to quickly and easily produce high-quality images, panoramas, and standard or 360° VR videos from design data. It’s been specifically designed for architecture, construction, urban planning, and landscaping professionals. Discover all features of Twinmotion in this article with iRender team!
22 Jan 2022

Twinmotion – The power of real-time Archviz

In Twinmotion, the creative process is hard enough without interruption. Twinmotion is a real-time visualization tool that empowers you to…

Using textures to add surface dust is a great starting point to create a more complex and intricate surface appearance for your future KeyShot projects. A subtle amount of dust can provide just enough realism to the product shot to make it look more convincing while a lot of dust can be used to create a truly weathered appearance.
21 Jan 2022

How to Add Surface Dust in Keyshot

Using textures to add surface dust is a great starting point to create a more complex and intricate surface appearance…

Maxwell Render™ is a rendering engine based on the mathematical equations governing light transport, meaning that all elements, such as emitters, materials and cameras, are derived from physically accurate models. Maxwell Render is unbiased, so no tricks are used to calculate the lighting solution in every pixel of a scene; the result will always be a correct solution, as it would be in the real world. Maxwell Render can fully capture all light interactions between all elements in a scene, and all lighting calculations are performed using spectral information and high dynamic range data.
20 Jan 2022

Boost Maxwell Render Performance with iRender Multi-GPU Server

Maxwell Render™ is a rendering engine based on the mathematical equations governing light transport, meaning that all elements, such as…

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