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?
V-Ray Next for Maya has been updated with great features and a number of important fixes to improve your rendering experience, including: Support for Maya 2019 New memory tracking, with memory usage reports so you can optimise your scene Cryptomatte support for VRayProxy sub-objects Faster time to first pixel for quicker render startup ALSurface support on … Read more V-Ray Next for Maya – Update 1 – Available Now
“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?
The second beta of V-Ray Next for Maya is here! GPU rendering has been updated with a smart new interface and V-Ray GPU IPR is even more stable. This beta is open to anyone, and requires SSE 4.2 compatible processor. Get the latest build and let us know how it goes. Download Now Improved IPR … Read more V-Ray NEXT for Maya beta 2 Available Now
Now it is faster and easier to simulate granulars, viscous, viscoelastic, rigid, and elastic materials with an even easier and faster workflow. Achieve high-end GPU-accelerated simulations from inside Autodesk Maya by using the RealFlow | Maya plugin. Following on from the popular RealFlow | Cinema 4D, Next Limit are providing a similar solution to other 3D applications … Read more RealFlow | Maya 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