Review: Chaos V-Ray 5.1 Review by Creative Bloq
Have you been wondering if Chaos V-Ray 5.1 is a must-have addition to your 3D toolset? This review from Creative Bloq tries to answer that question.
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
Taking a look at the 5.1.1 update since V-Ray 5 shipped last summer, it seems Chaos Group have taken several pages out of the Corona Renderer book and focused V-Ray’s 5.x release series on creativity and ease of work more than anything else.
A solid update that boosts creativity and improves workflow.
- Improved render setups and times
- Easier and faster scene lighting
- Camera editing is much easier
- Material and material editor overhaul
- Substance popup still appears
- Render Elements require two clicks
One license. Infinite possibilities.
Get V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina, Chaos Cloud & VRscans 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.
Go beyond rendering
V-Ray for 3ds Max is a production-proven rendering software. Known for its versatility and ability to handle any type of project — from massive, dynamic scenes having thousands of lights to a sublime still life – it is the go-to solution for artists and designers across 3D industries.
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!
Posted by Kim Sternisha