Miami, FL - January 2009 – i3DTutorials™ announces their latest training product for Autodesk Maya 2009, “Introduction to Rendering with mental ray in Autodesk Maya 2009 ™". This latest offering from the growing i3DTutorials™ library of Autodesk Maya training products, introduces 3D artists to the industry standard mental ray renderer to create imagery of exquisite and stunning detail. Emphasizing production proven techniques and taking users step by step through demanding production scenes that mimic the complex scenarios and challenges commonly found when producing renders for production, "Introduction to Rendering with mental ray in Autodesk Maya 2009 ™" discloses the professional techniques and knowledge needed to begin mastering this powerful and award winning industry renderer. Learn new features and tools in Autodesk Maya 2009 that will allow you to take advantage of the latest mental ray technology and take your renders to the next level. Some highlights include Global Illumination, Final Gathering, Caustics, Importons, tone mapping, mental ray production lighting techniques, and more. Also covered, is the new Irradiance Particles indirect illumination algorithm introduced with the latest version of mental ray and Maya. Learn to use the power of Irradiance Particles in the first in-depth training product of its kind developed for Autodesk Maya 2009. Discover the technical details of new rendering features and learn to take full advantage of the benefits the latest mental ray technology offers you by learning production techniques that will teach you how to render as fast as possible without sacrificing quality. Addressing the need and demand for professional training for Autodesk Maya, “Introduction to Rendering with mental ray in Autodesk Maya 2009 ™” teaches the techniques needed to truly take advantage of the power of Autodesk Maya 2009 and is the first product of its kind to teach the new Importons and Irradiance Particles features of the latest version of mental ray.
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