Wednesday, February 2, 2011

3D Studio Max 2010 with V-Ray 1.50 SP4 Portable

3D Studio Max 2010 with V-Ray 1.50 SP4 Portable | 452 Mb

Create stunning 3D models in less time with Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2010 software. This full-featured 3D modeling, animation, and rendering solution is used to produce top-selling games and award-winning film and video content. It’s the tool of choice for quickly generating realistic characters, seamless CG effects, jaw-dropping games, or top-quality film and television content. Enhanced toolsets let you create your 3D environment the way you want, manage complex scenes, and take advantage of improved software interoperability and pipeline-integration support.
V-Ray is a rendering engine that is used as an extension of certain 3D computer graphics software. It is a rendering engine that uses advanced techniques, for example global illumination algorithms such as path tracing, photon mapping, irradiance maps and directly computed global illumination. The use of these techniques often makes it preferable to conventional renderers which are provided as standard with 3d software, and generally renders using these technique can appear more photo-realistic, as actual lighting effects are more realistically emulated. V-Ray is used in the development of film productions and multi-million dollar game productions. It is also used extensively in making realistic 3D renderings for architecture.

Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design 2010 software for 3D visualization offers new and enhanced features to communicate and validate design intent with impact. With 3ds Max Design, architects, designers, engineers, and design visualization specialists will find the toolsets they need to take their design ideas from concept to final, fully animated photorealistic rendering.

  • 3ds Max Design User Interface
  • Data and Scene Management
  • Modeling
  • Polygon Modeling and Texturing
  • Spline/Extended Spline Modeling
  • Multiple Rendering Options
  • Rendering Controls and Effects
  • Light Simulation and Analysis
  • General Animation
  • Character Animation
  • High-Level Animation
  • Modifiers
  • Space Warps
  • Dynamics
  • Cloth
  • Particles
  • Hair and Fur
  • ProSound
  • MAXScript
  • Connectivity and Integration

V-ray 1.5 features:


  • Support for motion blur on Particle Flow systems with both translational and rotational motion blur.
  • True instance rendering for motion blur with Dynamic default geometry for drastic reduction of memory requirements when 3d motion blur is used.
  • New Reinhard color mapping mode.
  • Sub-pixel and per-pixel color mapping modes.
  • More inteligent ray sampling to reduce noise when combining multiple blurry effects (e.g. area light illumination seen in glossy reflections etc).
  • Full floating-point output support in 3dsmax 8 and higher.
  • Support for unlimited number of render channels.
  • "Overbright" or invalid colors produced by shaders are much less likely to affect render quality.
  • Fully compatible with Autodesk® VIZ®.

  • Detail enhancement for the irradiance map. This works similar to an integrated ambient occlusion pass, but is more physically correct, rather than just producing a "dirty" effect, since it calculates correct light bouncing.
  • Adaptive path tracing mode for the light cache can concentrate samples in important areas to reduce noise in difficult situations (e.g. GI caustics) .

  • The 3dsmax Render Elements interface is now supported by V-Ray. The old G-Buffer settings have been removed. V-Ray supports nearly 30 render elements including z-depth, render ID, material ID, velocity, reflections, specular, diffuse etc.
  • VRayMtlSelect render element allows the user to extract a given material to a separate render element. This can be either a top-level V-Ray material, or a sub-material of VRayBlendMtl.
  • VRayWireColor render element allows the user to create masks with specified colors.
  • Color mapping per render element. Color mapping can be turned on or off on a per-element basis.
  • Render elements are fully supported in distributed rendering mode.

  • VRayBlendMtl material allows the layering of several different V-Ray materials. This is a lot faster than the regular 3dsmax Blend/Shellac/Composite materials and generates correct V-Ray render elements. The different layers of a VRayBlendMtl can be extracted to different render elements through the VRayMtlSelect render element.
  • VRay2SidedMtl material allows the simulation of thin translucent surfaces like paper, cloth etc.
  • VRayFastSSS material for simulating the sub-surface scattering in materials like human skin. Works best if layered with a regular diffuse/specular VRayMtl through VRayMtlBlend.
  • VRayOverrideMtl material allows the user to specify different materials for reflections/refractions/GI.

  • VRayDirt texture for simulating dirt or ambient occlusion.
  • VRaySky environment texture works either with VRaySun or regular direct lights to simulate the natural sky illumination of the Sun. For best results, use with the V-Ray physical camera.
  • VRayCompTex texture for combining textures in additional ways not available in 3dsmax (e.g. difference, division etc).
  • VRayColor texture for specifying precise floating-point RGB color values.

  • VRaySky light for simulating the natural illumination of the Sun. Works in conjunction with the VRaySky texture. For best results, use with the V-Ray physical camera.

  • VRayPhysicalCamera simulates an actual photographic camera with real-world settings.
  • VRayDomeCamera can be used to render images to be projected on hemispheric dome screens.

  • V-Ray has its own texture baking elements, which must be used instead of the standard 3dsmax ones.
  • Color mapping can be applied on a per-element basis.

  • Enhanced stability, user interface improvements.
  • sRGB option for display in 2.2 gamma space.
  • Support for pixel aspect ratio different than 1.0.

  • Direct export of V-Ray proxy meshes from MaxScript without a GUI dialog.



  • Support for IBL (image-based lighting) - VRayLight in "dome" mode can be mapped with a HDR image with optimized importance sampling for both diffuse and specular lighting.
  • The dome light can be made spherical or hemi-spherical.
  • Accurate light emission units (lumens, watts etc). For best results, use this feature with the V-Ray physical camera.
  • Separate "affect diffuse" and "affect specular" options.

  • Added mapping for many parameters - fur direction, density etc.
  • Optimized performance.

  • Support for including/excluding objects from the toon effect.

  • Better displacement for meshes with large triangles

  • Improved stability.
  • Render elements and G-Buffer channels are now supported in DR mode.
  • Animation is supported in DR mode.
  • Support for X-Ref'd scenes.

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