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70s Scene – Dof and Final Render

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Welcome to another tutorial using 5SR-WORKFLOW®

After Check in(step1), Light Balance(step2) and Materials(step3) let’s start the step4: Dof and Final Render.
Following this lesson you’ll be able to render this:

  
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33 Responses

  1. Mariana Ort. says:

    Another great lesson! I never used dof before… thanks ciro.
    I’ll try to carry out the exercise ^^

  2. Mari Zaho says:

    thankssssss…. I liked it veeery much ^^
    Loving your premium more and more!!!!!

  3. Mohammad81 cg says:

    I thought dof effect was too difficult for me, but in this lesson I learnt how to do that in few minute… I know it’s easy, I can do it!!! thank you sir.

  4. Mauro Allawen says:

    Hi Ciro, I haven’t v-ray RT… how can I find the right “shutter speed” value to compensate light increasing? Thank you.

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi Mauro!
      V-Ray RT or LOW preset is THE SAME. It’s just the time who changes. V-Ray Rt can give you an inmediate feeback for this I love it. But you can also use low present. I suggest to use REGION RENDER to speed up your work 😉

  5. Ricardo Mangili says:

    Hello Ciro!

    I have learned so much with you… your great. thanks a lot!

    your render in real time was very fast.
    if you don’t mind… I’d like to know what kind of computer you have….
    processor, video card, memory…

    big hug!

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi Ricardo!
      I haven’t a super computer: my processor is a regular “i7“.
      Video card is not important because I used CPU mode..
      What processor do you have? It depends only on it. You Real Time is slow?

      • Ricardo Mangili says:

        I have a i7 processor also… 3.2Ghz.
        the video card is a nvidia quadro 4000….
        and 8Gb of memory.

        when I bought this computer, I’ve chosen this video card, thinking I’d make my renders by gpu.. and it would be very faster.
        But in fact, I discovered later that, to render the final image, we don’t use real time render.

        anyway… thanks for everything

        • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

          You video card is really good, especially for manage millions of poligons. About real time render you need to check the number of “cuda” cores: Quadro 4000 has 256cuda (it’s not so much). Ricardo, use V-Ray RT with cpu.. you’ll see how faster it is!

          • Marcos Oliveira says:

            Ciro, we can use post production to create deph of field effect to save rendering time with z-deph pass? thanks

          • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

            Of course you can! most of cases YOU HAVE 🙂 I’ll talk about

  6. Paulo Lope77 says:

    Oh my god… my render is looking amazing *_*
    Graciassssssss

  7. Cg lucas bra says:

    I’m looooooving PREMIUM *___*
    Just waiting for your next diamond!!!!

  8. deng says:

    i like max.from any other software

  9. Roger Johansen says:

    awesome with your 5step program, learning alot! Thanks! 🙂 and all of your other tutorials, its great! keep up the good work!

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Yes Roger,
      I worked a lot on this program in my live courses. You can read and watch tons of long tutorials for settings… but “WHY” is never explained. My goal is always explain WHY in few words. Thank you for your comment Roger.

  10. OmerKako says:

    Hi Ciro,

    This is really great work, I wanted someone to tell us “WHY” not just click around,

    But sadly i cant apply for the exercises

    Not because i dont have money, This is because of my place, I live in iraq, I cant use

    credits card, Even if i have a credits card i cant download your exercises because my internet speed is 5 Kps, This is really Bad.

    Thank You

    Best Regard

  11. mahmoud ebaid says:

    1st of all thanks for the perfect lessons 🙂
    i cant use the vray RT … when i use the same settings f = 2 shutter speed = 800
    its overexposed 🙁 i dono wts wrong with my camera settings ?!! plz help

  12. mahmoud ebaid says:

    yes its enabled !!

  13. mahmoud ebaid says:

    one of them 700 and the other is 100

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi,
      please check the units: you’re using are “WATTS” or “DEFAULT”?
      Can you also tell me you v-ray version?

  14. mahmoud ebaid says:

    watts
    vray version: vray adv 2.20.02

  15. Hina Chitalia says:

    Hi Ciro,
    I am new for v ray.& I am not comfortable with v ray physical cam ( I used only Target cam.) so,I am not clear with dof & its spread sheet.
    Plz, help me to clear v ray physical cam.

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi Hina,
      I putted 13 slides to explain that. After “HOW TO CREATE DOF EFFECT” > click here. Did you see them?

  16. Artur Woszczak says:

    Great tutorials, thx

  17. Hina Chitalia says:

    Hi Ciro,
    I sow it & try to understand it but
    f=8 Shutter speed – 1/50
    I can’t understand all these calculations .
    Thanks

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hello Hina,
      f=8 is the aperture of camera, and shutter speed is the time of exposure. If you use lower values of “f” the depht of field reduce with more blurred effect. This is nice but much more light come in, so you need to compensate it with higher values of shutter speed. It’s important to know this is not V-Ray, this is the basics of a Reflex. I hope this is clearer now.

  18. mamun says:

    wawwwww

  19. Pablo Lopez says:

    Hi ciro, how can i get rid of that noisy / grainy effect that results in my renders?

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi Pablo, generally the FINAL settings (with noise threshold 0,005) works fine. Are you experiencing something different? If yes.. did you detected why is genering noisy in particular?

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