The V-Ray Collection is a bundle that gives you instant access to 15 Chaos Group products – all under one low cost licence. With total creative freedom, you can work freely between different applications to achieve photo-realistic rendering, fluid simulation and real-time scene exploration. Move between multiple 3D applications and easily share content with others. … Read more What is the V-Ray Collection?
The latest version of V-Ray has been released for the 3ds Max platform. With V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max, experience new features including Layered Compositor, Material Library and Browser, Light Mix, Material presets and previews, and much more, to streamline your entire workflow. To find out more about V-Ray 5, join Chaos Group presenters Vlado … Read more V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max – Out Now!
While the latest news surrounding Corona for SketchUp may have been announced way back in 2018, we are still seeing search activity on Corona for SketchUp. Here’s a little bit about what happened, and some alternative suggestions. In early 2018, the team behind Corona admitted that the SketchUp plugin was not successful due to a … Read more Corona for SketchUp – What Happened?
“Subscription” and “Rental” can sometimes be considered bad words when it comes to software, but they can actually be incredibly handy. Did you know that V-Ray, one of the most powerful and popular renderers for a wide range of industries, is available perpetually, annually and monthly? For example, if you’re looking to buy V-Ray for 3ds … Read more Should I Buy or Rent V-Ray?
Maxwell for 3ds Max users can update for FREE from the Customer Portal: https://portal.nextlimit.com/downloads What’s New in 4.2.3? Fixed: Maxwell was not available as render engine in 3dsmax 2015 or older. Maxwell Parameters camera panel was missing from Target and Free cameras. The channels’ output formats were including HDR and BMP, which are not supported … Read more Maxwell for 3ds Max 4.2.3 is Available Now
Phoenix FD for 3ds Max now supports V-Ray Next for 3ds Max, and GPU rendering of Phoenix volumes. It’s also fully compatible with 3ds Max 2019. What’s New? RGB channel simulation for foam, splash and mist particles Particle texture color based on particle channels Loading and rendering of sparse OpenVDB caches over 2.1 billion voxels … Read more Phoenix FD for 3ds Max and Maya updates are available now