Realflow Tutorial For Beginners – How To Export From Realflow To 3dsmax
In this easy to follow Realflow tutorial for beginners I show you how to export your scene or animation from Autodesk 3dsmax to Realflow 2014, creating a basic Realflow fluid simulation and exporting the simulation mesh back to 3dsmax.
With Realflow you can do some amazing liquid simulations for motion graphics, VFX (visual effects) for movies and more! Realflow is one of the leading software packages for liquid and water simulations. In Realflow 2014 it’s even easier than ever to create amazing liquid simulations quicker than before! You can export your simulation from Realflow to 3d packages like 3dsmax, Blender, Maya and Cinema4d.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a scene in Autodesk 3dsmax 2012, with some animation, then export your scene directly to Realflow, using the SD file format. Create your simulation within Realflow 2014 and then export this back to 3dsmax for your final render.
I also show you how to create some basic Vray material easily for the water which looks very realistic. Enable Vray GI to get a realistic water render!
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