Getting Started RENDERING in Rhino – Beginners Start Here!

In this video, we talk about the basics of creating realistic renderings from your 3D models in Rhino!

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0:00 – Introduction
0:11 – What is Rendering
0:30 – Viewport Styles and Rendering
1:00 – Rendered vs. Raytraced view
2:38 – Rendering and Render Preview Windows
3:30 – Adjusting Render settings
3:44 – Changing your backdrop color
3:55 – Different kinds of lighting for rendering in Rhino
4:41 – Lighting your scene with the artificial sun
5:50 – Lighting based on geographic location/time
6:30 – Adding artificial lights (point, spot, etc)
7:40 – How to use Spot Lights
8:15 – Results difference between rendered and raytraced
8:47 – Rectangle Light
10:52 – Rendering materials in Rhino
11:22 – Adding different kinds of materials in Rhino
12:15 – Material presets – plastic
13:10 – Adding a material with textures in Rhino
14:10 – Exporting a rendered image from Rhino
14:35 – Setting our render image size
14:55 – Changing our render quality
16:12 – Adjusting post-processing image effects
17:27 – Saving your rendered image


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