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=OverDrive=
11-17-2005, 02:55 AM
Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone uses a check list when setting up and testing renders before the final all out render. Especially anyone who creates photoreal product renderings with Maya/Mental Ray. I'm asking because I tend to tweak the same settings over multiple times and I know there's got to be a better way to go about it. Would you be willing to share your list? I would really appreciate it.

Thx

OD

anthonymcgrath
11-17-2005, 09:20 AM
are you talking about keeping seperate settings for different passes you might create in maya? I usually save a preset in the render globals. I went to a maya/fusion event a week or two ago in london and they were demo'ing a bit of maya7 and that looks alot more flexible with its xsi-styleee render passes - you can fire out matte channels, shadow passes all sorts but in a much cleaner manner and override all kinds of material and render quality/size/aa settings - its looking really good :)

=OverDrive=
11-18-2005, 03:23 AM
No, I'm aware of the preset render globals and render passes.

I was more interested in someone's system of checks or a list of the settings they tweak and mark before a final render.

Similar to this check list for geometry export:

http://www.suurland.com/image_x.php?image=newbeetle/19sheet.jpg

I'm looking for one that list shader settings, render global settings, or whatever someone uses when they set up a render. Kind of like a workflow list.

Thanks for responding.

OD.

LehaS
11-18-2005, 06:54 AM
I didnt have a chance to write down my own list but here is the one from www.lamrug.org (http://www.lamrug.org) in case you didnt find it before...

http://www.lamrug.org/resources/jroptions.html

Hope it helps

=OverDrive=
11-18-2005, 10:39 PM
That'll work nicely.

Thanks leha_sokol

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