Delivering lightning-fast rendering, V-Ray for Cinema 4D also boasts exceptionally accurate ray tracing and photo-realistic shader tools. With multi-layered BRDFs materials and V-Ray’s global illumination engines, artists can achieve a new level of realism and with it the power to bring their wildest 3D creations to life.
Optimised CPU rendering provides better speeds, or use incredibly fast GPU rendering for previews and final-frame renders. Create high-quality, physically accurate images and animation.
Automated sampling with variance-based adaptive ray tracing allows you to dramatically improve your workflow and eliminates the need for fine-tuning complex settings. Get instant feedback via V-Ray’s progressive rendering tools.
V-Ray uses physically accurate ray tracing to precisely calculate lights, real-world reflections, and global illumination. Choose from precise path tracing, approximate path tracing, or use a hybrid of both.
Create physically accurate materials with V-Ray's multi-layered BRDFs.
Artists work like photographers to achieve realistic depth-of-field and cinematic motion blur with V-Ray’s real-world camera system. And with the VR 360 stereo camera, you can output straight to virtual reality deliverables.
Use unlimited UVs per shader for complete UV-mapping control with the new UV manager. For texturing without UVs, Triplanar mapping can be used.
V-Ray Proxy objects replace complex scene geometry and load only at render time. And for added realism you can add random material variations to V-Ray Proxy objects and render instances.
Create realistically lit scenes with a choice of sky models. Volumetric environment fog now renders even faster to help you quickly generate clouds, volume lights, and more.
Get physically accurate hair shading with V-Ray's Hair BRDF. V-Ray for Cinema 4D supports Maxon Hair via V-Ray’s hair procedurals, as well as V-RayFur.
Real-time Clipper allows you to cut geometry - even proxies - multiple times and has the option to use custom geometry for Booleans.
Use the power of multiple machines working together to render images even faster with V-Ray’s Distributed Rendering.