Update: Chaos Group V-Ray for Revit is Now Available
Free V-Ray for Revit update includes Adaptive Lights, improved Swarm and Revit 2018 support.
This update includes our new Adaptive Lights algorithm, which renders up to seven times faster on some scenes. In addition, we’ve made several improvements to V-Ray Swarm, our elastic distributed rendering platform, including installation customization, support for Linux and MacOS operating systems, and a greater support for a variety of network configurations. V-Ray for Revit is now available for Autodesk Revit 2018.
For users of V-Ray 3.x, this update is free and available now.
Other new features include:
- Revit 2018 Compatibility — V-Ray works seamlessly with Autodesk Revit 2018
- New Material Library — Ships with over 500 high quality V-Ray materials. Additionally, the new material library is compatible for use with V-Ray for 3DS Max, V-Ray for Rhino, and V-Ray for SketchUp.
- Aerial Perspective in RT — Preview atmospheric haze to distant objects and buildings while rendering in RT.
- Material IDs — Mask individual objects for easier compositing and editing in Photoshop.
Users of V-Ray 3.5 for Revit can take advantage of our online licensing option. With online licensing there is no wait to receive a physical dongle, and licenses can be activated in real-time once an order is processed.
Please note that for now online licensing is available only for purchases of new licenses.
New customers can try V-Ray 3.5 for Revit for free with a 30-day trial.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki