V-Ray 5 for Maya beta Early Access Now Live
V-Ray 5 for Maya, beta is now live. Try the redesigned V-Ray Frame Buffer with tools for light mixing and compositing built-in, an all-new V-Ray Proxy node to boost viewport and render speed, and LightPath Expressions to output any lighting information into its own render element. Production-proven CPU & GPU rendering for animation and visual effects for film, television, and virtual reality. V-Ray for Maya brings faster rendering, more responsive look development, and added realism to high-end VFX and animation projects.
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V-RAY 5 FOR MAYA KEY FEATURES
ONE RENDER, MANY LIGHTING SCENARIOS
Explore different lighting options from a single render. Interactively adjust lights, without rerendering with the LightMix render element.
The new Layer compositor lets you fine-tune your images directly in the V-Ray Frame Buffer — without the need for a separate post-processing app.
EXTRA COMPOSITING CONTROL
Output any lighting contributions with Light Path Expressions for fine-grained control in compositing. Use boolean operations to easily combine LPEs, or quick start with built-in presets.
FASTER V-RAY PROXY WORKFLOW
Improve viewport and render speed with the new VRay Proxy node – а simplified single geometry node structure with easy-to-use, rule-based material and visibility assignments.
And more — color management, GPU and material enhancements