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V-Ray Tuner for Maya 4.5.2 for Maya (maya script)

An interface to a bunch of V-Ray for Maya controls and useful embedded scripts.

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  • 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

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Created:07/03/2010
Last Modified:05/14/2020
File Size: 53.1 KB

Keywords

maya, rendering

Q/A

error "Object 'vraytunercheckbox19' not found.'

Date:01/13/2014
Submitted by: moifa moifa
Aftter I run the script, it comes up this error:
// Error: file: C:/Users/xx/Documents/maya/2013-x64/scripts/vraytuner.mel line 6684: connectControl: Object 'vraytunercheckbox19' not found. //  

Also when I change the GI to different options, the GI primary and secondary controls remain the same as Brute Force and Light Cache. When I press Optimize, it is not doing anything.

Thanks for your help. 

Replies to this question:

  • Dave Girard

    Dave Girard said over 8 years ago:

    ah - sorry, that checkbox error was my mistake. It is fixed now. Redownload the script. As for the other things: - You have to hit Refresh for the V-Ray Tuner interface to reflect any changes you do outside of it, like changing GI primary/secondary scheme with the render settings. If anything goes out of sync like that or you open a new scene and stuff isn't attached to the sliders, etc, just hit Refresh. - The Optimize button just changes your light cache passes and render core count to your system's setup or prompts you for the max slave CPU threads if you have distributed rendering on. It isn't meant to change your scene subdivs or render settings, which is what the other stuff is for. In the future, I will add more things like that but V-Ray Tuner is for people who want quick control over their settings and understand them, not for blind "make changes for me" type things.
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    moifa

    moifa said over 8 years ago:

    Thanks for fixing the script. It is a great handy script.
  • Dave Girard

    Dave Girard said over 8 years ago:

    also, the Optimize button sets V-Ray to use a max of 80% of your total system RAM.

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