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Getting Started with Vue 9 -Volume 2 - Lighting & Atmospherics
Getting Started with Vue 9 -Volume 2 - Lighting & Atmospherics
Price: $45.00 $29.00   Delivery Options (Download or DVD):
Instructor Run Time Media Format Video Resolution Download File Size
Nicholas Pellegrino 3 hours MP4 / Flash 1920 x 1080 398 MB (.zip)
About the Training

The second volume of the Getting Started with Vue 9 training series, Lighting & Atmospherics.
No previous knowledge of Vue required. Includes project files.

In this training volume, instructor, Nicholas Pellegrino, will teach you to customize atmospheres to fit your creative and design needs. Learn to modify and create your own custom atmospheres and infinite terrains. Explore the relations between infinite terrains, sea level, and atmospherics. Learn to create an improved "Randomization Seed" node and add more variations to infinite terrain functions. Learn about volumetric lighting and shadow control. Create lighting setups and reduce render times with "relighting." Understand clouds layers and how to control them. Learn about atmospheric density in relation to scene units and spherical scenes. Break apart vectors, limit node outputs, create custom vectors, publish parameters from the function editor into the terrain editor. Create and control numerous atmospheres, edit functions, create MetaNodes, reduce render times, and more...

Lighting & Atmospherics | Lessons and Topics
Atmosphere Editor Overview
& Infinite Terrain Randomization
Customizing Atmospheres
& Lighting Setups
Adjusting sea level
Loading Infinite Terrains
Editing Infinite Terrains
Introduction to spectral atmospheres
Setting up openGL for infinite scenery
Function Editing
Gamma and Post Render Options

Creating the “MegaRandom Vectorizer” MetaNode. (Adds more power to the randomize button "Vector 3 Seed.")

Learn to create and load custom MetaNodes directly from the Function Editor interface.
Part 1
Unit Setup
Adjusting the Sun's Position in the Scene
Customizing the Sun's Intensity
Atmospheric Light Intensity and glow
Ambient and Skylight Color
Part 2
Sunrise Atmospheres
Dark Cloud Techniques
Dark Blue high altitude atmospheres
Cloud Layers and Volumetric Lighting
Custom Infinite Terrains
& Variable Lighting
Customizing cloud layers and materials
Loading and saving cloud materials
Editing cloud objects
Understanding cloud materials and detail
Faster cloud renders
Volumetric Sun Lights and Shadow Projection
Dissolving clouds around objects
Creating a custom infinite terrain
Editing Altitude Functions
Saving and loading custom presets
Creating Sun Light Gels
Enhancing and faking cloud shadows
Mixing Direction Lights with Relighting
Linking lights with graphs.
Suggested Knowledge Level:
Training produced in:
Vue xStream 9 x64
No previous knowledge required
Playback Requirements:
CPU: 1.5 GHz +
Memory: 512 MB +
HD Space: 1 GB +
Any browser capable of running Flash Player 9+. Or any media player capable of playing MP4 video.
Navigation and menus are HTML.
Video files may be run with a media player.
(See Installation and Codecs for more information about the MP4 format)

Mozilla Firefox and Flash 10 are recommended but not required.
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