If you’re considering a new renderer for 3ds Max or Maya, now is the perfect time to add V-Ray to your workflow. V-Ray is fast, powerful and easy to use. It’s why it’s used by more artists, designers and studios than any other renderer.
Here are just a few ways V-Ray can help you on your next project:
EFFICIENT DISTRIBUTED RENDERING
Harness multiple machines to speed up the rendering of high resolution images.
FLEXIBLE GPU RAY TRACING
Superfast rendering that scales across all the GPU and/or CPU processors in your system.
KEEP USING YOUR FAVORITE PLUG-INS & MAPS
Fully compatible with third-party plug-ins, and maps shipped with 3ds Max and Maya.
EFFICIENT LIGHT MIXING WORKFLOW
Accurately mix light in post with the GI, reflections, and refractions provided by the Light Select Render Element.
Output to Cryptomatte, for automatically generated ID mattes supporting transparency, depth of field and motion blur.
MDL MATERIAL SUPPORT
Leverage NVIDIA’s current VMaterial Library, use materials from other MDL-compliant renderers, or create new materials from sources such as Substance Designer.
Regular pricing for new Workstation licenses for V-Ray for 3ds Max and V-Ray for Maya
Discounted price valid until January 31, 2018
Discounted price for education customers valid until January 31, 2018
$79 (Annual, per seat)
* This offer is only available to users that have not previously purchased V-Ray.