CPU & GPU RENDERING MODES
V-Ray includes two powerful renderers in one. With CPU or GPU acceleration, you can use the best engine for your project and hardware. New Hybrid GPU+CPU rendering now available.
Render interactively while you design. Fine-tune lights and materials and see the results right away.
New Viewport rendering now available.
Automatically remove noise and cut render times by up to 50%. Now supports denoising after rendering.
Render photorealistic rooms and interiors with powerful and fast global illumination.
Render any type of natural or artificial lighting with a wide range of built-in light types.
Simply light your scenes with a single HDR (high-dynamic-range) image of its environment.
PHYSICAL SUN & SKY
Simulate realistic daylight for any time and any location. Now supports SketchUp sun animation.
FOG & AERIAL PERSPECTIVE
Quickly add realistic atmospheric depth and haze. True 3D fog with realistic light scattering is now available.
REAL WORLD CAMERAS
Work like a photographer, with controls for exposure, white balance, depth of field and more.
Render VR-ready content for popular virtual reality headsets.
Create great looking materials that look exactly like the real thing.
Select from over 500 drag and drop materials to speed up your next project.
Create realistic and unique materials using any texture map or one of V-Ray’s many built-in procedural textures.
Track render history and fine-tune color, exposure, and more directly in V-Ray’s frame buffer.
Render your scene as separate passes for more artistic control in your image-editing software.
Introducing a powerful, scalable distributed rendering system that's simple and fast. Get an extra speed boost with V-Ray Render nodes.
Bring more detail to your project with memory-efficient proxy models of complex objects like grass, trees, cars and more. Now supporting animated proxy objects.
Create realistic grass, fabrics, and carpet with V-Ray Fur.
Easily create quick cutaways and section renders with V-Ray Clipper. Now supporting Intersection mode.
V-RAY SCENE SUPPORT
Export complete scenes from V-Ray 3.x for SketchUp and render with other V-Ray 3.4 (or higher) applications. Now in V-Ray 3.6 for SketchUp, import and render V-Ray Scene (.vrscene) files from 3ds Max, Rhino and Revit.