Arnold for Maya
Arnold is an advanced Monte Carlo ray tracing renderer built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects movies. This is a beginners tutorial that introduces Maya to Arnold , a plug-in which allows you to use the Arnold renderer directly in Autodesk Maya. In this tutorial we will cover how to build a simple photographic lighting studio setup that can be used for lighting and rendering all manner of objects. We will go through the steps of lighting, shading and rendering a toy robot model using the Arnold renderer. We will use Arnold’s own proprietary lights to achieve a physically accurate, photo-realistic lighting setup. As well as using Arnold’s lights, you can also use standard Maya lights when rendering with Arnold. If you select a light and then inspect the Maya attribute editor, as well as the regular light attributes, you will also see a new group of Arnold attributes for the light, which is where any additional settings used by Arnold can be accessed.
What’s New in Arnold for Maya:
- Seamless integration with Maya shapes, cameras, lights and shaders.
- Image Based Lighting support, including a state of the art physical sky.
- Interactive rendering (IPR) allows parameter changes to be rapidly previewed without interrupting your work.
- Support for volume rendering with Maya Fluids.
- Support for Maya Hair and nHair.
- Particles and nParticles support, including particle instancer.
- Defer the creation of geometry at render time with the Stand-in placeholder nodes.
- Productivity boost: override sets, holdout mattes, shadow catcher, passes, UDIM style textures, and arbitrary primvar data.
- Extensible through plug-ins (Golaem, FumeFX for Maya, Yeti, Shave & Haircut).
- XGen integration.
- Texturable geometric lights.
- Deep EXR.
- Rendering of curves.
System Requirements:–Languages: Multilingual
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