Autodesk 360 cloud rendering is now available for 3ds Max 2016 software. In this demonstration you will learn the step-by-step process of sending your renders to the cloud. We will discuss best practices and scene preparation in 3ds Max software, as well as Autodesk 360 rendering settings. If you’ve been using cloud rendering in Revit software, then many of these steps in 3ds Max software should be familiar to you. This might be a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the 3ds Max software environment. For the purely 3ds Max users, we will cover the benefits and limitations of Autodesk 360 cloud-computing platform so you have a better understanding of the cloud and how you can capitalize on its power in your workflow.
- Learn how to test your scene compatibilities before sending a render, and learn how to fix errors and/or warnings
- Learn how to send your render to the cloud and capitalize on its potential in your workflow
- Gain confidence with the A360 rendering settings to enhance the look of your image, create panorama, and illuminance
- Learn about the best practices and limitations of AutoCAD 360 rendering for 3ds Max users
Marion Landry has over 19 years of experience in architectural visualization, working with a range of software that includes 3ds Max Design software. She has worked for various architecture firms in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and on numerous projects, from concept design to high-end visualization. As a technical marketing manager for Autodesk, Inc., she focuses on the creation of technical demonstrations and workflows with 3ds Max Design software. She has also contributed to the writing of multiple white papers, including Daylight Simulation in 3ds Max Design 2009 (Getting Started and Advance); Using the Civil Visualization Extension for 3ds Max Design and AutoCAD Civil 3D; and, more recently, Easier Mental Ray Rendering for Designs Workflows. You can follow Marion’s technical advice and tips and tricks publication on her YouTube channel and on Twitter.