Standard Shader

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Due to the large number of controls, the standard shader is split up into several groups:

The standard shader is very powerful, and allows a large number of different sorts of materials to be created, but can be somewhat daunting at first. It's often best to start with a material which has been pre-defined using the standard shader and make incremental changes to it to get the effect you want, rather than starting from scratch. The Arnold Tutorials manual contains a section on using the standard shader to create realistic materials, with a short 'glossary' of settings suitable for common material like car paints, chrome, glossy and matte plastic, and others.

The individual settings for each group and are described in more detail in the pages below. 

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