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New: Chaos V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D is Now Available

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The latest release for V-Ray for Cinema 4D helps you bring your boldest ideas to life with new features like V-Ray Decal, Enmesh, procedural clouds and much more.  And don’t miss the V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D webinars in October to learn how to benefit from all the new features. More info below.

What’s new in V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D

V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D packs in tools that empower artists to free their imaginations and bring their visions to life.  Now they can easily add realistic details such as stickers, labels, cracks, stains and scratches to any surface with V-Ray Decal. Create detailed geometric surfaces at no extra memory cost with Enmesh, or craft the perfect sky for your environment with procedural clouds. Control the size of a dome light with the new finite mode. Render particles such as bubbles, sparks, fireflies, and more. Use ACEScg for industry-standard color workflows. And much more.

Create without limits.

Explore your boldest ideas with tools that let you create anything imaginable.

V-Ray Decal

Add anything from stickers and labels to cracks, stains, and scratches in just a few clicks. Project V-Ray Decals onto surfaces at any angle without extra UVW work or disturbing the underlying materials. Turn on displacement for even more realism.

Create without limits.
Explore your boldest ideas with tools that let you create anything imaginable.

 

V-Ray Enmesh

Tile 3D geometry patterns across objects to create complex surfaces with lots of detail for stunning close-up shots. Enmesh is ideal for creating intricate panels, fences, fabrics, and so much more, and it uses much less memory than displacement or copying by hand.

Procedural clouds

Create the perfect sky for your environment in just a few clicks with V-Ray Sun and Sky’s new procedural clouds system. Easily simulate a variety of cloud types and weather conditions, from partly cloudy to overcast. Render realistic stills, or dynamic timelapses.

Particle rendering support

Quickly render particles based on different conditions such as size, speed, color, and many more. Achieve a wide variety of effects — from splashes and foam to bubbles and sparks.

Enhance your workflow.

Make faster decisions, use industry-standard color workflows, and more.

ACEScg support

Use ACEScg for industry-standard color workflows. Render with automatic color space adjustment for textures, dispersion, sun & sky, and light temperature colors.

Finite Dome light mode

Elevate your product design and HDRI renders with the new, more flexible ground projection capabilities of the V-Ray Dome Light. Control the size of a dome light and blend settings with the new finite mode.

Light Cache in Interactive

Make better decisions while iterating designs with V-Ray’s Interactive Renderer output now being identical to the production renderer.

Faster rendering

V-Ray Environment Fog now renders even quicker than before. Translucent material rendering is also faster thanks to V-Ray Material’s brand-new Illumination mode.

Shade faster and better.

Speed up shading and create even more physically accurate materials.

Enhanced V-Ray Material energy preservation

Render even more physically accurate rough metals and other reflective surfaces with enhanced V-Ray Material energy preservation.

Thin Film layer

Easily create iridescent materials such as soap bubbles, oil spills, and more with the new Thin Film option available in the V-Ray Material.

Other

VFB Panorama Viewer

You can now preview your spherical panorama renders while rendering, right from your V-Ray Frame Buffer.

Composition Guides Layer in VFB

Experiment and enhance your image compositions right in the VFB with the new, customizable composition guides layer in the VFB.

New VFB Interactive Rendering options

Select materials, objects and focus points while rendering. No need to spend precious time looking, it’s as fast and easy as a single click of a mouse now.


 

chaos v-ray for cinema 4d webinars

V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D webinars

Introducing V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D.

October 6, 2022 at 9am PT | 12pm ET

Chaos will host a live V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D webinar, during which thier own Nejc Kilar will present the new features and how users can benefit from them. Then, their friends from 3D Render and Beyond will give attendees some useful tips on how to make the most of V-Ray 6, and they’ll wrap up with a Q&A session when our product experts will be there to answer any questions and help.

Register here

 

Free your imagination with V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D

October 27, 2022 at 9am PT | 12pm ET

Feeling stuck? We have something inspiring for you. On October 27, 2022 during our free webinar, we’ll dive deep into V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D’s new features and show you how they can help you create anything imaginable.

Be sure to join Yunal Zobu from the Chaos 3D team as he shares first-hand experience and interesting facts about how the V-Ray 6 for Cinema 4D release video was created, what inspired it, the challenges and how V-Ray 6 helped them.

During the webinar, we’ll share a sample scene you can use to start experimenting right away. Finally, you’ll be able to pitch your questions to our V-Ray experts.

Register Here

 


Chaos V-Ray CollectionChaos V-Ray Collection

The one renderer that does it all.

Bold designs. Moving stories. Mind-blowing art. Whatever your vision, Chaos V-Ray can help you bring it to life. Chaos V-Ray is the rendering software that’s used by 3D artists and designers across the globe, to create photorealistic images and animations.

V-Ray works seamlessly with 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Maya, Nuke, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, and Unreal. This allows you to transform 3D scenes into works of art from your favorite application.

North American Sales Only.

Learn MoreTry Chaos V-Ray Collection for free!

 

In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?
In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?

In summary, V-Ray is a powerful 3D rendering system, built for designers, architects, and jack-of-all-trades. To be sure, click to learn about how artists use V-Ray. To emphasize, there are lots of examples and trial versions for every field!

Read: In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?

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Posted by Kim Sternisha