Vue 7 Water Editor

Looking for a guide to using the Water Editor?

Vue 7 has introduced a new feature, the water editor. This stunning addition allows you to add displacement mapping to the surface layer making it massively more realistic and allowing acurate shadows to be calculated.

Firstly we will look at the standard water which has been rendered in vue 6 pro studio with “ultra” settings and at 1024×768 pixels with just the default atmosphere.

vue6sea

 

Looks fairly good, but in vue 7 the new water editor feature improves this massively by adding a displacement map. 

Below is an example of a similar image from vue 7 complete with the water editor used again with default atmosphere, on “ultra” setting at 1024×768

sea

A massive improvement.  This isnt all the water editor does though, it can be used to change the levels of wind, direction of wind, foam, wave height, wave amount, choppiness and agitation.

Below is an example of a similar image from vue 7 complete with the water editor used but with a slightly rougher sea again with default atmosphere, on “ultra” setting at 1024×768

sea2

Foam can also be added by the editor both around shorelines and on the tips of waves as demonstrated below.

sea3

This is a very powerful feature.”

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3 thoughts on “Vue 7 Water Editor”

  1. Thanx-quiet easy to follow… Can you explain me how i can place foam arount an object. Like a ship in the ocean that is traveling… Thanx again for your help.

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