VRay NEXT Dome light, Auto Exposure and White Balance

VRay NEXT Dome light, Auto Exposure and White Balance

Today we bring here several tutorials on how to adjust and work with the new white balance and auto exposure in vray next.
The first turorial is by Alex Vrayguide and we have also added others so you can see different approaches to how to use the tool.


If you using older version of VRay NEXT make sure to activate (WIP) Adaptive Dome in your VRay Dome Light. This will speed up your render up to 7 times.

Adding Denoiser will help you clean the noise and get a cleaner representation of your final render result.

NVIDIA AI is a fast smart denoiser that can cleanup your 3D render in just a few seconds of calculation.

Try 2 different types of denoiser; VRay Default Denoiser and NVIDIA AI Denoiser – compare the results.

You can DOWNLOAD this interior scene here in order to follow that tutorial.

When you’re done setting and tweaking the lighting, stop your render, and switch to production in order to get a high-quality image.

First, stop the render, transfer parameters to your VRay Physical Camera – and switch Auto Exposure and Auto White balance off.

Then switch from progressive to the bucket mode, change denoiser to VRay Default Denoiser – and render your final production interior space.




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