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Chaos V-Ray Collection


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One license. Infinite possibilities.

V-Ray® Collection combines our most powerful software to provide you with everything you need without worrying about numerous licenses. Get V-Ray, Phoenix, Chaos® Vantage, Chaos Cloud, Chaos Scans & Chaos Player in a single collection.

Artists and designers looking for total creative freedom and flexibility, get instant access to 15 Chaos products all with one license. With V-Ray Collection you can work freely between 3D applications, applying your own mix of photorealistic rendering, fluid simulation, and real-time scene exploration to any project.

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Try V-Ray, Phoenix, Vantage, Cosmos, Player, and Scans for free with a 30-day trial.

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Please email [email protected] if you would like a quote to upgrade from any rental license

Why Get the Chaos V-Ray Collection?

Free your workflow

Move freely between multiple 3D applications. Easily share content and work seamlessly with others.

Always up to date

Get instant access to new releases and take advantage of the latest technology.

Simplify your setup

No need to juggle versions and expiration dates. One license is the simplest and most affordable way to have it all.

V-Ray Collection: Тhe ultimate 3D rendering and simulation toolset.


Render anything imaginable with V-Ray.

Revolutionary designs. Moving stories. Mind-blowing art. Whatever your vision, V-Ray helps you bring it to life. Create photorealistic imagery and animation with the industry’s leading 3D renderer.

V-Ray Collection includes V-Ray for these top 3D modeling and design applications: 3ds Max, Maya, SketchUp, Rhino, Revit, Cinema 4D, Unreal, Houdini, Nuke, and Blender.


Create any type of fluid simulation with Phoenix.

Launch a rocket. Sink a ship. Melt chocolate. Or pour the perfect pint. Phoenix is the all-in-one fluid dynamics simulation tool for artists. Create realistic fluid effects such as fire, smoke, liquids, oceans, mist, and more. Fast setup, built-in presets and easy controls are here to help.

Phoenix is available for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya.

Chaos Vantage

Your fastest route to real-time.

Chaos Vantage (previously Project Lavina) makes real-time real simple. Getting your scene ready for real-time is time-consuming and difficult, but it’s just dragging and dropping in Chaos Vantage. Even in detailed production scenes, you’ll be exploring and interacting in no time.

Chaos Scans – Use unbelievably real materials

Complex materials are made simple. Materials that can take you hours to create by hand have been scanned to perfection. Over 1000 pre-made materials including plastics, metals, leather, and even multilayered car paints are included and ready to drop into your next project. More about Chaos scans

Chaos Cloud – Render it all in the cloud

Chaos Cloud is a one-click cloud rendering solution. It’s as easy as pushing a button. There’s no hardware to configure or virtual machines to set up. Just click render and Chaos Cloud takes care of the rest. V-Ray Collection includes 20 Chaos Cloud credits per year.

Chaos Player – Your fastest route from render to playback.

A professional image sequence player, designed for fast and smooth playback.

Get access to 15 products with a single license

V-Ray Collection includes V-Ray for these top 3D modeling and design applications:

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Please email [email protected] if you would like a quote to upgrade from any rental license

See individual products for system requirements.

V-Ray for SketchUp – Getting Started #gettingstarted

New to V-Ray for SketchUp? Chaos created a series of beginner-friendly tutorials to help you get familiar and master the basics.


Chaos Vantage Live Webinar: May 18, 2022

Tune in on May 18 at 12:00 EST, or watch the archived video of the creator of Spectrum, Andrea Pedrotti and Chaos’ Simeon Balabanov.


Create Neon Letters with V-Ray and Maya

Carlos Alvarez Velazquez, 3D Graphic Designer and CGI Artist, explains how to use V-Ray and Maya to model and render neon letters.


Why V-Ray 5 Removes the Challenges of Creating Materials

Christopher Nichols explains the process of quickly creating materials with the new simplified Asset Browser and material presets in V-Ray 5.


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