HDR Light Studio for Rhino

Create the perfect HDRI environment in minutes with HDR Light Studio. Lighting shots is now fast, precise and easy. Simply click on the model in Rhino to position lights on a live HDRI map.

How does HDR Light Studio work with Rhino?

How does HDR Light Studio work with Rhino?

The model has materials applied, the camera view is setup, you are now ready to light…

• Start HDR Light Studio from the Rhino environment
• Load an existing HDRI map to edit, or start with a blank canvas
• Add a new lights in HDR Light Studio
• Click on the 3D model in Rhino to position lights
• To finish, HDR Light Studio generates a high-res HDRI map for the Rhino environment
• The Rhino scene is now ready for final rendering

Key Features

Our Rhino plug-in creates a live link with HDR Light Studio

Our Rhino plug-in creates a live link with HDR Light Studio

Light your shots using HDR Light Studio's interactive HDRI map

Light your shots using HDR Light Studio's interactive HDRI map

Click on the 3D model in Rhino to position lights on the HDRI map

Click on the 3D model in Rhino to position lights on the HDRI map

Light Types: Procedural, image based and procedural sky

Light Types: Procedural, image based and procedural sky

Includes a large library of HDRI light source captures

Includes a large library of HDRI light source captures

The HDR Light Studio lighting project is stored in the Rhino scene

The HDR Light Studio lighting project is stored in the Rhino scene

HDR Light Studio can be used Standalone: Loads Alembic and Collada scenes

HDR Light Studio can be used Standalone: Loads Alembic and Collada scenes

Made with Rhino and HDR Light Studio

Requirements

Software delivery via internet download
Internet connection required for license activation
HDR Light Studio software requires approx. 200MB disc space
Preset light content requires approx. 6.2GB disc space
CPU based, no special graphics card required
Compatible with Rhino 5 (Windows only)

HDR Light Studio for Rhino is compatible with these renderers:
Rhino Render, Brazil, Neon, Octane, V-Ray.

Please ensure you are running the latest build of V-Ray for Rhino 2.0