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This update is free for all V-Ray 3.x for NUKE customers.
Ray Traced Volume Simulations Now Possible with V-Ray 3.5 for NUKE Render OpenVDB Simulations Directly in Foundry’s Industry-Leading Compositor; Deep Volumes Now Supported.
NUKE artists can use the V-Ray Volume Grid node to import and render fire, smoke and other fluid simulations as OpenVDB files from applications like Houdini. This gives compositors direct control over lighting and the final look of volumetric effects for better integration. For even more control, volumes rendered in V-Ray for NUKE are fully compatible with deep compositing.
Deep rendering capabilities have also been greatly improved in this update, allowing artists to fully adopt deep compositing workflows. With V-Ray for NUKE deep data can be generated directly in NUKE, helping artists save disk space and file load times.
“V-Ray for NUKE has expanded what I can do as a creative director. At Framestore, we’ve started applying it to more projects, as it provides greater control over lighting, shadows and atmospheric effects. Deep compositing and full 3D volumes are a great next step,” said William Bartlett, Executive Creative Director at Framestore.
New Features and Improvements Include:
"Deep compositing workflows have gone from being a good idea to the standard in the film and TV industries," says Jody Madden, Chief Product and Customer Officer at Foundry. "Incorporating V-Ray's production-proven rendering capabilities into Nuke's Deep Compositing workflow will save artists huge amounts of time, and that's exactly what we want to achieve when we work with other companies.”
Learn more at the V-Ray for NUKE product page.
V-Ray 3.5 for NUKE is available now and is a free update for V-Ray 3.x for NUKE customers.
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