Vray animation without moving object. Tutorial. Vray settings for animation scene with moving objects. Flicker free animation using Vray. Rendering an animation using indirect illumination (GI) methods that rely on caching samples are known for producing frames that flicker.
This is because the samples of each rendered frame are calculated differently, causing different lighting values per frame. To resolve this, an animation can be rendered using a pre-calculated solution where the same sample data is used for every frame. You would pre-calculate both GI methods, commonly the irradiance map and light cache, by choosing multiframe incremental mode for the irradiance map and fly-through mode for the light cache. Rendering moving objects with V-Ray. Welcome to this tutorial on rendering moving objects with V-Ray.
To complete this tutorial you will need 3DS Max with V-Ray 1.5 SP2 or newer, and a little patience! When rendering animations with V-Ray, there are two basic approaches:1. Rendering an animation where something is moving, like a car, a character running, or as in my tutorial, the pages of a booking flipping.2.