Render 7x faster with V-Ray for 3ds Max

Monday, 13 February 2017

Chaos Group have announced the release of V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max.

Render 7x faster with V-Ray for 3ds Max

Promising render speeds seven times faster by using the new Adaptive Light algorithm, the latest version of V-Ray is now available from Escape Technology (dongle included).

A free trial has also been made available - which is provided with all features - direct from Chaos Group’s website or from Escape.

Frequently used in architectural visualisation, virtual reality, and film VFX V-Ray is a rendering favourite thanks to its exceptional ability to generate photorealistic images with speed.

What’s new

ADAPTIVE LIGHTS

Chaos Group’s new algorithm speeds up rendering in scenes with multiple lights

IMPROVED GPU RENDERING

There have been significant speed improvements and major new features include on-demand mip-mapping.

V-RAY IPR

Fully interactive production rendering.

GLOSSY FRESNEL

The new physically-accurate reflection model adds depth and realism to your V-Ray scenes.

RESUMABLE RENDERING

You can now stop your render at any point and pick up where you left off.

LIVE VR RENDERING

Render interactively to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on the GPU.

V-RAY SCENE NODE

Import and render complete scene files created in any V-Ray application.

MDL MATERIALS

NVIDIA’s Material Definition Language is now supported by V-Ray, allowing you to import and render physically-based materials created with MDL.

V-Ray 3.x users can also benefit from a free upgrade to 3.5 by visiting Chaos Group’s website.