Check out the impressive creations of the V-Ray Showreel 2020. It includes work from Scanline VFX, Elastic, IXOR VFX, Bottleship, Method Studios, and many other VFX companies.
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In detail: why should I use V-Ray?
V-Ray is a robust, full-featured 3D rendering system designed for designers, architects and all-rounders.
When many artists are asked to describe working with V-Ray, the terms "high quality, photo-realistic renderings and real-time speed" come to mind. Artists say it's easy to dive in because it has so many preset materials and settings. They love how V-Ray is packed with options that allow users to customize just about every aspect of the lighting and materials. With this in mind, the Chaos Group offers extensive online training courses from beginners to advanced users.
V-Ray is built into almost every popular 3D creative software, including Cinema 4D, 3ds Max, Nuke, MODO, Unreal, and more. No other renderer on the market offers as much host support in comparison!
Learn more about what makes Chaos Group's V-Ray unique and why V-Ray is the renderer of choice for so many artists. Try it yourself for free!
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Chaos Group V-Ray Collection
One license. Infinite possibilities.
Get V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina, Chaos Cloud and VRscans in a single collection.
Artists and designers looking for total creative freedom and flexibility get instant access to 15 Chaos products with one license. With V-Ray Collection you can work freely between 3D applications and apply your own mix of photo-realistic rendering, fluid simulation and real-time scene exploration to any project.
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Chaos Group V-Ray for 3ds max
Go beyond rendering
V-Ray for 3ds Max is production-proven rendering software. Known for its versatility and ability to handle any type of project – from massive, dynamic scenes with thousands of lights to a sublime still life – it is the ideal solution for artists and designers in all 3D industries.
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