Listen again to Autodesk VRED Professional for High End Image Production webinar
by CDN Team    25 Jun 2013
Vehicle designed and built by Marc Mainville using Autodesk VRED Professionale (above and below). Click for larger images
Lukas Fäth will present this month's Webinar

Autodesk presented its latest webinar, ‘VRED Professional for High End Image Production webinar' on 24 June.

VRED Professional 2014 software helps users to create high-end visualizations and virtual prototypes in the automotive development process and CGI production. Visualization experts, marketers, and CGI artists can use the full power of its ray tracing render engine to produce realistic and compelling imagery that depict accurate physical characteristics of materials and lights in real time. Use 3D environments and 2D back-plates to explore, evaluate and present your 3D data in the appropriate context.

This webinar demonstrated how to use Autodesk VRED Professional 2014 within a linear workflow to create impressive imagery that only needs little post-production and can be used for marketing and sales.

Specifically it covered:

  • Animation
  • Camera Settings
  • Rendering
  • Render Passes
  • Render Layer

This was part of the 2013 series of Autodesk webinars, including:

  • Creative Sketching with Sketchbook Pro
  • What is new in Autodesk Alias v2014
  • Real Class A in Alias - helping accelerate design development
  • Concept modeling for automotive
  • Using the T-rig tool in real life

Autodesk's Lukas Fäth,who joined the PI-VR consulting and visualization team two years ago, presented the webinar. After graduating in Digital Media in cooperation with the PI-VR, Lukas was involved in the visual and conceptual development of VRED. As a 3D artist, he created marketing imagery and tested VRED technology to guide future development. Lukas is responsible for quality assurance, support and consulting, and is a professional VRED trainer for the automotive industry and CGI agencies with a strong artistic knowledge base.

To listen again to the Webinar, click here.