Update: Chaos Group V-Ray for Cinema 4D 3.70.03 Released
V-Ray for Cinema 4D 3.70.03 brings key bug fixes including a fix to the team render interface license engagement and V-Ray Displacement Materials.
- Team Render – interface license engagement has been fixed and Team Render can now be used with animations.
- V-Ray Displacement Material – now works with 2D mapping in R20.
- Distributed Rendering – we’ve fixed an issue with spawning multiple processes when starting V-Ray as a slave.
- We’ve also modified the V-Ray Fur Tag so the standard gravity direction matches the default in Cinema 4D scenes.
- Added the option to set your preferences for converting materials to V-Ray Standard Material. Windows OS users can now add shortcuts or scripts for starting DR slave in V-Ray 3.70.03 for Cinema 4D.
V-Ray for Cinema 4D 3.70.03 – Official Release Changelog
Date – Apr 04, 2019, Download – Build 3.70.03
- Add preferences option for converting materials to VRay Standard material
- Add shortcuts or scripts for starting DR slave (Windows)
- Changed default gravity vector value for VRayFurTag to resemble real gravity
- Disable OpenCL engine on OSX, due to incompatibility
- Disable OSL Material on OSX, due to incompatibility
- Changed default value of DR port number to match Standalone default port
- Remove Irradiance Map presets from the GI presets
- They fixed an issue with spawning multiple `vray -server` processes
- Also, fixed interface license engagement in Team Render with animations
- Additionally, they fixed “Default Lights” value to work properly on Cinema 4D R20
- The displacement material with 2D displacement in R20 was also fixed
- They fixed material converter specular translation for Blinn reflective layers
- Finally, they fixed regression from 3.6 – darker material previews
Sophisticated physically-based rendering seamlessly integrated into Cinema 4D
Optimized for both CPUs and GPUs, V-Ray for Cinema 4D allows 3D artists and designers to render unsurpassed quality, quickly, even when working with complicated 3D projects. V-Ray for Cinema 4D includes a full-featured tool with lighting, shading, and rendering, giving artists ultimate creative control over the whole process, from real-time look development to the last frame.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki