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is there any shortcut to create a vray camera in a view?

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remizana

hi guys

when I want to render for example a close up or front view of my work as you know with vray lights and settings it is appear burned out and I have to create a vray physical camera for each of them which is not pleasant!!

is there any shortcut way or any solution to this?

 

thanks

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Cad64

Are you saying you have standard cameras already set up in your scene and you want to convert them to Vray cameras? If so, here's a script you can try: http://www.scriptspot.com/3ds-max/scripts/leles-vray-tools.

 

And here's a video tutorial that shows you how to use it: http://www.3dtotal.com/index_tutorial_detailed.php?id=1473#.U7a_KfldV8E

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remizana

actually what i mean is: I have a scene with vray lights and vray physical camera and as long as I render my scene from camera view every thing is fine. but the problem is when I want to render front view or a close up of my 3d it becomes burned out totally , and i have to create another vray physical camera manually for each view that I want to render. and as far as I know there is no short cut key (such as ctrl+c of standard camera ) for creating vray physical camera in view port.

So is there any easier way ?

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remizana

thank you so much. at the page you addressed there was an script to do so . and also there was a very very useful comment that I paste it here for everyone to read:

"A VRay camera can be aligned to the perspective view by creating it in another viewport, activating perspective view and THEN use 'CTRL + C' as normal.

This will align the new VRay camera to the perspective view....in fact it'll align any selected VRay camera to the perspective view.

"

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Cad64

I was just pointing you to the script, but it looks like the comments were more useful. Anyway, good to hear your problem is solved. :)

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