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Old 02-20-2014, 03:15 PM   #1
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Smile Tutorial | Convert V-Ray materials from 3Ds Max into Maya

Hey guys, I've just written a tutorial on how to convert your vray materials from 3Ds Max into Maya in just a few easy steps. It was annoying how there are so many vray materials for max and it was a headache to recreate them in Maya so we've found this technique to be such a time saver.

Rather than trying to re-build and match the material properties in Maya this method transfers the exact 3Ds Max V-Ray material into Maya as it was built with all parameters in tact, and ready to go.

Find the tutorial here, and be sure to leave a comment if it helps.! Happy rendering.

http://www.vraymaterials.co.uk/conv...-free-tutorial/
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