MtoA (220.127.116.11), a beta version of Arnold RenderView for Maya
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This exclusive video tutorial is based on Arnold RenderView for Maya. MtoA (18.104.22.168) contains a beta version of the Arnold Render View window. This tentative interactive rendering (IPR) utility is created to provide live observation concerning any modifications occurred to the scene and at the same time resolve various constraints of Maya's native Render View. A wide array of features useful for 3d artists are included to facilitate the shading, lighting and look-dev process which can significantly enhance interactivity and decrease translation / scene refresh time.
Given below the details :-
- Smooth, low-latency render updates happen when you drag the mouse before mouse-release time.
- Various cameras, AOVs and shading modes are available for selection at any time, devoid of re-exporting the scene.
- Selecting an object by the mouse chooses the object in Maya and features it in the Render View.
- Seperate objects, lights, materials, and even individual shader nodes for debugging of shading trees smoothly.
- Basic LUT / color correction.
- Status bar containing complete information on the render taking place and pixel under the cursor.
- Native 3D camera management together with Frame object selection and Frame all.
- Keyboard shortcuts for executing common tasks and display modes.
- Accumulated image snapshots for easy comparison.