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Chaos Group has introduced V-Ray 5 for Maya, a major new version of its production renderer. To meet the growing demands of high-end production, V-Ray 5 for Maya builds on its extensive rendering toolset with integrated compositing, interactive light mixing, scene management and more.

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434 Apartments Collections 434 Apartments Collections – Living Room & Kitchen Vol.1: 3dsMax 2014 + obj (Vray) Modern October 21, 2020 CGMood 3D-Models Collection. V-RAY 5 FOR 3DS MAX IS NOW AVAILABLE Chaos Group just launched V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max, connecting the award-winning renderer to more parts of the visualization.

The redesigned V-Ray Frame Buffer now hosts two new features, opening up even more control to artists who want to do more in one program. The first is Light Mix, which lets artists create dozens of lighting scenarios from a single render. Color and light intensity can now be adjusted instantly without having to render again. Once everything is right, artists can save their work, send the layers to compositing and update the lights in their scenes.

The other is the new Layer Compositor, which allows artists to composite their renders directly in the new V-Ray Frame Buffer. Users can now combine and grade render passes, set blending modes and adjust colors for more in-depth previews before sending the layers on to Nuke.

With the new Light Path Expressions feature, artists can construct their own render passes, providing better control while compositing. Specific lighting contributions can now be outputted with time-saving presets or custom expressions — or even combined with Boolean operations — to get a pass ready for comp.

V-Ray 5 also introduces a new VRayProxy node that is easy to use. With proxies loading in the background, artists can now start working right away using a new hierarchy view to select, hide or assign materials to different objects inside the proxies. Artists can also create rules, making it easier to modify multiple objects at once.

Other new features in V-Ray 5 include:
• Native ACEScg support – Artists can now create color-accurate workflows in the new standard for professional production. Once selected, V-Ray makes automatic color space adjustments for textures, dispersion, sun and sky, and light temperature, bringing immediate consistency to a shot.
• Coat layer – The updated V-Ray Material can now generate reflective coatings on surfaces without using blend materials.
• Sheen layer – Artists can easily simulate soft, microfiber fabrics like velvet, satin and silk inside the updated V-Ray Material.
• V-Ray GPU updates – V-Ray GPU supports every new feature in V-Ray 5, as well as 2D displacement, OSL textures and memory tracking. Initial support for out-of-core geometry has also been added to help users render scenes when they are too big for a GPU’s RAM.
• Material presets – New presets for metals, plastics, glass and more save artists time when making common materials. Presets for common hair colors like blonde, brown and black have been added as well.
• Texture randomization – For more realistic textures and materials, artists can now add more variety and subtle imperfections with the new VRayUVWRandomizer map and improved VRayMultiSubTex controls.
• Stochastic texture tiling – Automatically remove tiling artifacts with the new VRayUVWRandomizer.
• Dirt and weathering – With the improved V-Ray Dirt texture, users can add dirt to cracks and crevices, create procedural streaks or cover an entire surface.
• New sun and sky model – Improves accuracy when the sun is at the horizon, including the magic hours right before sunrise and after sunset.
• Blue noise sampling – New algorithm update can make images (and noise) look cleaner through fewer samples.
• Filmic tone-mapping – HDR images can now mimic the properties of film to give images a cinematic look.

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V-Ray 5 for Maya is available now for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. A perpetual license costs $1,180, with upgrades available for $590. Term licensing is available at $470 (annually) and $80 (monthly). V-Ray 5 for Maya is also included in V-Ray Collection an annual plan that gives users full access to 15 Chaos Group products and services for $699/year.