# Shutter speed in Vray

 10 October 2012 mister3d Expert portfolio Oleksandr Aleksandrov Kiev, Ukraine Shutter speed in Vray So if I want to have 1\30 of a sec I set 30. 1. And what if I want 30 seconds exposure? In canon I get 0"3, which I guess means 3\10 of a second. Then I get 1", which I guess 1 second and more up to 30". So how do I set it in Vray? share quote
 10 October 2012 Panupat Expert   portfolio Panupat Chong Thailand I guess you can think of the number you enter as "divided by" so 1/x = 3 seconds x = 1/3 = 0.33 share quote
 10 October 2012 mister3d Expert portfolio Oleksandr Aleksandrov Kiev, Ukraine Originally Posted by Panupat: I guess you can think of the number you enter as "divided by" so 1/x = 3 seconds x = 1/3 = 0.33 Forgive me, but what is x? I still can't understand this, but thank you for trying to help. share quote
 10 October 2012 alienretro Veteran portfolio Nicholas Amorim Dublin, Ireland From the V-Ray Manual: Shutter speed - the shutter speed, in inverse seconds, for the still photographic camera. For example, shutter speed of 1/30 s corresponds to a value of 30 for this parameter. share quote
 10 October 2012 mister3d Expert portfolio Oleksandr Aleksandrov Kiev, Ukraine Originally Posted by alienretro: From the V-Ray Manual: Shutter speed - the shutter speed, in inverse seconds, for the still photographic camera. For example, shutter speed of 1/30 s corresponds to a value of 30 for this parameter. SO 3 seconds will be 0,3, and 30 will be 0,30? share quote
 10 October 2012 ACiD80 On the run!   Kris . Graphic designer extraordinaire Belgium Originally Posted by mister3d: SO 3 seconds will be 0,3, and 30 will be 0,30? 3 seconds = 1/3 = 0,3333 30 seconds = 1/30 = 0,03333 etc.. share quote
 10 October 2012 mister3d Expert portfolio Oleksandr Aleksandrov Kiev, Ukraine Originally Posted by CHRiTTeR: 3 seconds = 1/3 = 0,3333 30 seconds = 1/30 = 0,03333 etc.. Thank you! share quote
 10 October 2012 ACiD80 On the run!   Kris . Graphic designer extraordinaire Belgium Glad i could help you out share quote
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