3ds Max & Vray: 3d Visualizer handbook to Interior daylight renders : Proxies (CC/Subtitles)

3ds Max & Vray: 3d Visualizer handbook to Interior daylight renders : Proxies (CC/Subtitles)

– [Jamie] Hello there, I’m Jamie. Welcome to another session
of Viz-Tech Support Services. In this session, I’ll quickly show you how to deal with heavy
objects in your scene by simply converting
them into Vray proxies. Proxies often help users
navigate through the heavy scenes and render complex objects very fast. Before converting objects to proxies, make sure to attach the
relevant objects first. To create a proxy, select the sofa first. Right click and choose
the V-Ray mesh export. In the V-Ray mesh export dialog, you have the first option,
which is the folder. This function allows
users to set the location of where the proxy mesh
will be saved into. To set the location, simply
click on a browse toggle and choose the location
to save the V-Ray mesh. The file location allows users to rename the selected object in the scene. By default, it uses the
name of the selected object in the scene, plus the
file extension .vrmesh Next, enable the function to
automatically create proxies, and press OK. As you can see, a proxy of the sofa was automatically created. Also, the name VrayProxy
was automatically added before the original name. Open the Modify panel to
check the proxy settings. In the Mesh file section,
you can see the location link where the mesh file was saved into, and by clicking on the browse button. The scale function allows users to scale the proxy object up or
down, if and when necessary. The value of 1.0 is often okay. In display group, you have many options. By default, the display is
set to preview file, Faces. However, you can set the display mode to bounding box, preview from files, preview from file, Faces, point, and show whole mesh. You can also choose to import as mesh if you want to make changes to the mesh. The remaining settings are
pretty much self-explanatory. When copying proxies, make sure they are instances as opposed to copies. Otherwise, your images
will take longer to render. This 3ds Max scene is available
as part of a new course I’ve recently created on my blog for my Patreon supporters
and for Udemy.com (contemplative synth music) The course is full-HD and with subtitles. The links are down below, and
I hope you find them useful. Thanks for watching. Like this video, subscribe,
and I’ll see on the next one. (contemplative synth music)

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