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Absolute beginner here, can someone tell me,is creating textures materials, lights etc. different in render engine to another render engine, let me explain. I have maya with now Redshift and i see some new lights or other redshift things + i can create "redshift materials". So do i use these or can i use all the other assets that maya had ?
Different render engines render 3D objects differently. What you might see on Maya might look a bit different in others like Blender. If I were you I'd just import the materials into your software of choice and tweak it there again. Pretty painstaking but it's better to have full control anyway.
Thanks, If i am reading this right (i am not at home can't test it) i can just use the normal materials i already made for maya and use it for redshift and just tweak them if something fucks up i don't have to do them all again

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