How To Extend Scenes With Home-Made HDRIs

Tired of that choppy/laggy preview while designing your scenes?

Facing long rendering times? Then you’ll love this new tutorial from Dreamlight. Discover how you can extend your scenes with home-made HDRI maps, reducing your memory overhead down to 15-25%, increasing rendering speed up to 10 times, all while keeping 90% camera freedom!

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Works for any Daz Studio scene, both indoors and outdoors. Looks so real you won’t know where you scene ends, and the HDRI map takes over!

What’s Included and Features

  • How To Extend Scenes With Home-Made HDRIs (.WMV)
    • Learn what props that work best with this technique
    • Learn what portions of your props that must remain in the scene, and what can be removed
    • The exact steps to render your home-made HDRI map, with the exact render settings
    • How to further create the final HDRI map using Photoshop
    • How to blend the final HDRI map with the Daz Studio scene, making it impossible to see the edge!
    • How to deal with difficult props that can’t be deleted
    • Pitfalls and things to avoid in order to get that perfect illusion
    • Tips for rendering and getting the best results using this technique, even if you’re on a low-end PC!
    • Total running time: 43 min 24 sec
    • 1600 x 900 WMV downloadable video
    • NOTE: Photoshop portion of the tutorial requires Photoshop or a modern 2D application that can handle 32-bit images

Compatible Figures:


Compatible Software:

DAZ Studio 4.12

Install Types:

Install Manager Manual Install




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