VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar
How to Use VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar for 3ds Max
VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar is a set of scripts and tools that can help you create realistic studio lighting and render settings for your 3ds Max scenes. Whether you are working on product visualization, architecture, or visual effects, VRay Studio Tools can simplify your workflow and enhance your results.
VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar
In this article, we will show you how to install and use VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar for 3ds Max. You will need 3ds Max 2017 or higher, VRay as your renderer, and SolidRocks (optionally) for automatic exposure and render optimization.
To install VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar, follow these steps:
Download the file VRay Studio Tools_v1.0.mzp from this link.[^1^]
Open 3ds Max and go to Scripting > Run Script....
Browse to the location where you saved the file and select it.
A dialog box will appear asking you to confirm the installation. Click Install.
Go to Customize > Customize User Interface > Toolbars.
Under the Category drop-down menu, select Pulsar Vray Tools.
Drag and drop the Vray Studio Tools_V1.0 button to your preferred toolbar location.
You have successfully installed VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar for 3ds Max.
To use VRay Studio Tools V135 Prorar, follow these steps:
Select the Vray Studio Tools_V1.0 button from your toolbar. A floating window will appear with several options.
Select the Dome Light tab. Here you can create a VRay dome light with an HDRI map of your choice. You can also adjust the intensity, rotation, and size of the light.
Select the Studio Light tab. Here you can create a VRay plane light with a softbox texture of your choice. You can also adjust the intensity, color, size, and position of the light.
Select the Vray Settings tab. Here you can adjust the global render settings for VRay, such as image sampler, GI, color mapping, etc. You can also use SolidRocks (if installed) to automatically optimize your settings based on your scene complexity and desired quality.
Select the Vray Camera tab. Here you can create a VRay physical camera with realistic parameters such as focal length, aperture, shutter speed, ISO, etc. You can also use SolidRocks (if installed) to automatically adjust your exposure based on your lighting conditions.
Select the Vray Frame Buffer tab. Here you can enable or disable the VRay frame buffer, which allows you to preview your render and apply post-processing effects such as curves, color correction, bloom, glare, etc.
Select the Vray Render Elements tab. Here you can enable or disable various render elements that can help you composite your image in post-production software such as Photoshop. Some of the render elements include diffuse filter, reflection filter, refraction filter, lighting, GI, etc.
Select the Vray Materials tab. Here you can access a library of predefined VRay materials that you can apply to your objects. Some of the materials include metal, plastic, glass, wood, fabric, etc.
Select the Vray Presets tab. Here you can save or load your custom settings for VRay Studio Tools as presets that you can reuse for different scenes or projects.
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