V-Ray Rendering Engine now available at Renderosity

June 4, 2014 8:03 am

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V-Ray Products Now Available in the Renderosity MarketPlace

The Renderosity MarketPlace Staff is excited to announce that the V-Ray product line can now be purchased directly from the Renderosity MarketPlace.

The V-Ray rendering engine is the creation of core developers Vladimir Koylazov and Peter Mitev of Chaos Software (a production studio established in 1997 and based in Sofia, Bulgaria). This powerful rendering engine uses advanced techniques such as; global illumination algorithms (i.e. path tracing, photon mapping, irradiance maps and directly computed global illumination). The use of these techniques often makes it preferable to conventional renderers which are provided standard with 3d software and, generally, renders using these techniques can appear more photo-realistic as actual lighting effects are more realistically emulated.


V-Ray is a complete solution for lighting, shading and rendering and is built to handle production at any size. V-Ray seamlessly integrates into artists’ workflow and provides the flexibility and control they need. V-Ray is designed for artists. If you're looking to get the kind of results that video game and film industry professionals are producing - than V-Ray is your answer!

To ensure you purchase the proper product that fits your unique needs - please click on the appropriate product(s) below and refer to the Product Description and Editorial Tabs found on each of the Product Pages.


V-Ray 3.0 Workstation for 3ds Max
V-Ray 2.0 Workstation for Maya
V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp

V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max - Upgrade from 2.0
V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp - Upgrade from 1.0

*Due to distribution agreements, Renderosity can NOT sell this product to users located outside the following countries/territories: United States, Canada, Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua & Panama.

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Article Comments

Dave-So ( posted at 5:43PM Wed, 04 June 2014

great, but in a different league being a hobbyist

apcgraficos ( posted at 2:39AM Wed, 11 June 2014

The price is "a little" high.

MistyLaraPrincess ( posted at 2:00PM Wed, 11 June 2014

would like for Blender, Poser, Daz Studio, or Carrara. price ranger under $500.

dieterderblau ( posted at 3:49AM Sun, 22 June 2014

Wow. Yea, I'll be spending this much money on a "render engine" in about... um... never.

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