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3DS Max - V Ray Quick Tip - Select From Within VFB

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This quick tip tutorial will show you how to select objects from within the Vray Frame Buffer.

3DS Max - V Ray - VrayCryptomatte - Render Element

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As you know, we can perform many postproduction operations inside the V-Ray Frame Buffer window, but what if we like to apply these adjustments on certain objects inside the Frame Buffer, and not on all the image.
VrayCryptomatter render elements will help us mask certain objects directly inside the VFB by picking with the mouse. Also, when we add the Vraycryptomatte in the Render Elements tab, we can decide what criteria we want to use for picking, we have options like: by individual objects, by material name, by layer, by node's user property.

3DS Max - V Ray 6 - Bring Back V Ray Quad Menu

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In V-Ray 6, the Chaos group decided to remove the V-Ray quad menu options, where you had many features. To find them, now you have to use the V-Ray menu on the main menu toolbar. But, if you like to have these options back again in your quad menu, this tutorial is for you.

Note: The solution that you'll find in the video I made 6 years ago, doesn't work anymore, I'm talking about this one: https://youtu.be/_TjxBNJaW_w

3DS Max - Vray Frame Buffer - Real Zoom explained

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In this tutorial, we will look at the difference between the regular zoom inside the Vray Frame Buffer, and the Real zoom. The benefit of using Real zoom is that it acts as if you're getting closer to the actual geometries in your scene and rendering them, also, in this mode you can check out other parts of your scene, not included in your actual rendering limits, without the need to mess up your camera location, or, if you're in a perspective viewport, messing up your viewpoint.

3DS Max - V Ray - Change The V-Ray Frame Buffer Default Position

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If you don't like the default position of the V-Ray frame buffer, or, if for some reason you lost the VFB and it's not appearing on your screen, this video will show you how to control the X and Y coordinates of the VFB on the screen.

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