How to Composite 3D Objects Using V-Ray for Nuke

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In this 3D video tutorial, Joe focuses on V-Ray for Nuke and illustrates how you can composite 3D objects into footage.

Using a camera solve scene created using Cinema 4D and a HDRI file to set the lighting Joe really goes above and beyond to provide you with the best tips in the business!

Watch the video tutorial below

In this tutorial, Joe shows you how to:

  • Create a “Read Geo” node
  • Use a UV map
  • Use a “Merge” node to insert the back plate into the scene
Nuke is a node-based compositing toolkit by Foundry. It offers low hardware requirements, operating system support and support for various industry standards. Nuke’s node graph and resolution-independent processing gives the toolkit both power and performance.
The V-Ray render engine is an award-winning solution for CGI that was developed by Chaos Group. V-Ray is capable of advanced visual effects such as caustics and refraction, making it particularly popular with artists and designers who need to create and render complex illustrative models and make photo-realistic visualisations. Many studios across the world use V-Ray for rendering including Method Studios, Scanline VFX and Pixomondo.

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