V-Ray for Revit public beta now available

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V-Ray for Revit public beta now available

Good news for those of you currently working with Autodesk Revit - the clever people at Chaos Group have been working tirelessly on a render solution that offers fully integrated access to V-Ray throughout the design process. And better still, the V-Ray for Revit beta is now public.


V-Ray already supports design packages such as SketchUp, Rhino, and 3ds Max - so now by adding Revit to the mix you can look forward to a unified, uninterrupted visualisation workflow. Whether you’re adopting new tools for VR output, materials and environments or adjusting Revit cameras, lighting, and materials - all are supported for easy adoption.

Supported on V-Ray for Revit:

  • Revit Architecture 2015, 2016
  • Revit MEP 2015, 2016
  • Revit Structure 2015, 2016
  • Revit Building Design Suite 2015, 2016

Useful features:

  • An interface that is familiar and with added easy-to-use quality presets
  • Unique global overrides for diagrammatic renderings
  • V-Ray Frame Buffer for advanced post-processing
  • VR output with V-Ray’s stereoscopic camera

To join the public beta of V-Ray for Revit you'll need to go direct to Chaos Group. Create an account or login at chaosgroup.com, then register direct on the Chaos Group website.

If you have any questions about V-Ray for Revit or the public beta, contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..