Chaos Group has announced the V-Ray 3.0 Beta program today, and you definitely want to check it out. With all new progressive rendering, faster ray tracing, new shaders, Alembic support and more, this is a game changer.
Chaos Group announced today that it has formed a partnership with Green Button rendering in order to offer direct access to cloud rendering right from within 3ds Max. From the looks of it, it will be integrated nicely and seems like it’s not too expensive. The prices aren’t listed so please contact us if you’re interested in finding out more details on cost.
Service Pack 1 for 3DS Max 2014 and 3dsmax Design 2014 is now available.
Phoenix FD for 3ds Max Service Pack
Chaos Group releases new service pack for V-Ray with support for 3dsMax 2014
Chaos Group has announced the open beta for V-Ray 1.6 for Sketchup. This massive upgrade to V-Ray for SketchUp includes a series of new feature introductions that enhance visualization workflow and render quality (V-Ray RT®, V-Ray Dome Light), and streamline scene complexity (V-Ray Proxy).
Looking through my feeds today I came across this Cinema 4D gem on PixelLab’s blog. You can’t beat two free fully rigged C4D characters. Happy Friday!
Chaos Group updates V-Ray for 3ds Max featuring several optimizations and new features.
The new HDR Light Studio 4 Live connection for Autodesk 3ds Max with Chaos Group V-Ray launches today. Artists can now light their scenes with real-time feedback using V-Ray RT as the ActiveShade renderer and HDR Light Studio’s innovative interactive HDR canvas. Sophisticated lighting environments can be created in moments to perfectly light and reflect in your shot. It’s an amazing new approach to light V-Ray scenes, seeing the lighting interact with your materials in your final shot.
Colin Senner has released Teague Scene Checker (for V-Ray) a script that checks your scene for known error causing problems with V-Ray.