New: Chaos Group V-Ray Collection + V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max
We have 2 announcements from Chaos Group today. First, the V-Ray Collection is now available. In addition, learn about V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max, the new release!
One license. Infinite possibilities.
The V-Ray Collection is a completely new offering that provides access to 15 Chaos Group products for a great price. In other words, enjoy unlimited possibilities, all under one license.
Get V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina, Chaos Cloud & VRscans in a single collection.
The V-Ray Collection helps users in numerous areas by enhancing flexibility, expanding pipelines, simplifying workflows, and ensuring hassle-free license management. With the great value it provides, we believe it will quickly become an offering of choice.
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.
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.
The V-Ray Collection is a one-year term floating license only and will allow all included products to work simultaneously on a single machine. The price of the V-Ray Collection is just $699
V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max – What’s New
The world’s most complete 3D rendering software for high-end visualization and production.
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.
The two big new features in V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max are Light Mixing and Layered Compositing.
Explore lighting possibilities interactively in real-time. Use LightMix in the new V-Ray Frame Buffer to freely experiment with lighting changes after you render, save out permutations, and push back improvements you’d like to have in your scene.
The new Layer compositor lets you fine-tune and finish your images directly in the new V-Ray Frame Buffer — without the need for a separate post-processing app.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki