VRay 3.0 for 3dsMax
VRay 3.0 for 3ds Max – the most complete physically-based lighting, shading and rendering toolkit for artists by Chaos Group.
Built to meet the creative demands of CG artists and designers, VRay 3.0 for 3dsMax is a comprehensive physically-based lighting, shading, and rendering toolkit with seamless integration into Autodesk 3ds Max.
Focused on artist productivity and modern CG workflows, V-Ray 3.0 introduces a powerful set of new features and improvements:
- Artist-Friendly Controls: Designed with new and experienced users in mind, V-Ray 3.0 offers a simplified user interface with fast access to common settings. Render set up is now faster and easier with V-Ray 3.0’s Quick Settings. Artists can choose from a variety of production presets and fine tune quality with slider controls. And a new V-Ray Toolbar puts all popular V-Ray tools in one place.
- Faster Ray Tracing and Rendering Performance: Optimizations to V-Ray’s ray tracing core make rendering in V-Ray 3.0 significantly faster. Depending on scene complexity beta users are reporting speed increases up to 5X.
- Faster Feedback: Using a powerful path-tracing engine, V-Ray 3.0’s new Progressive Image Sampler delivers instant feedback to artists and makes look development faster and more intuitive. An improved V-Ray Frame Buffer adds Lens Effects and advanced color corrections for Contrast, HSL, and Color Balance.
- Production-Focused Tools: New tools designed to give artists more controland flexibility include Max Ray Intensity, Probabilistic Light Sampling, Reflection/Refraction Trace Sets, and Render Mask to specify exact render regions with an object selection or image mask.
- Advanced Characters and Creatures: Improvements to character and creature workflows include Faster Hair Rendering, Ray Traced Subsurface Scattering, and a new VraySkinMtl shader. MARI <UDIM> and Autodesk Mudbox <UVTILE> support have also been added.
- Open Source Workflows: Support for open source tools and formats include Alembic 1.5, Deep Images and OpenEXR 2.0, programmable OSL shaders, and advanced color management with OpenColorIO.
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Each V-Ray for 3ds Max Workstation 3.0 license allows you to use the V-Ray Graphical User Interface (GUI), create/edit/preview V-Ray shaders and launch a local render job.
To perform distributed or network rendering, each machine/node need access to a separate V-Ray Render Nodes 3.0 license.