SPEED UP YOUR HDRI WORKFLOW IN Arnold WITH HDRI LINK

January 10, 2017 - By 

In this tutorial, Chad will break down the typical HDRI workflow in Arnold and demonstrate how much faster it can be with HDRI Link. Typically, testing out several different HDRI’s in your scene can be time-consuming and cumbersome. Basically a pain in the butt.  HDRI Link sets out to solve that by making the process easy and dare we say fun? HDRI Link is available here for $69 and ships with 10 example HDRIs AND a free Bonus HDRI Expansion Pack with 20 HDRs.

Interesting side note regarding HDRI Link: Roughly 90% of all the images on the @gsg_3d Instagram account used HDRI Link. Even @lockedandloading swears by it.

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  • Amazing done by Greyscalegorila. cgts!

  • Looks helpful for sure, but with the “Modern Industrial” bonus… I didn’t see any previews or examples of that pack shown on the site anywhere.

  • Ciao guys! Great news and great job!!!
    Is HDRI Link working also with Corona?

    Thanks!

    Mic

  • Very useful tag for arnold , well done!
    Now, where’s that arnold material EDC library ????!!!!!!

  • Wow, that looks cool with Arnold, congratulations.
    Unfortunately I do not own either Arnold or Octane, but I own Redshift.
    And it really works with Redshift?
    Did I missed the tutorial about Redshift workflow?
    Thank you.

  • Looks like an awesome product guys!

    How to we integrate our existing HDRI libraries with HDRI link? Looking forward to not having to dig around my HD again!

    • Sorry but external libraries are not supported. However, if we get enough interest we will look at adding that functionality in a future release. Thanks!

  • Oh that is a shame. It would be a great feature for designers if we could browse HDRIs that we have created ourselves and saved to HD.

  • This looks very useful! What’s the resolution of the hdri images?

  • Hi guys, what’s the resolution of the hdris?

  • Looks awesome! Does it only work with the latest version of Arnold?

  • A Tutorial for Vray would be nice.
    Thanks.

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