Introducing the next generation of rendering. With Scene Intelligence, Adaptive Dome Light and faster GPU rendering, V-Ray Next for 3ds Max is smarter, faster and more powerful than ever. Learn valuable tips and tricks to speed up your workflow with these V-Ray for 3ds Max video tutorials.
Learn how to use V-Ray GPU supported features such as the displacement modifier, V-Ray Hair Material, and Ornatrix plugin. This scene is available for 3ds Max 2014 and up.
In this video tutorial take a look at how the V-Ray Denoiser works, and what can be achieved with it. You'll also learn how to use the V-Ray Denoiser as a standalone animation tool.
This V-Ray tutorial demonstrates how to render very high resolution images, together with their separate render elements, with
V-Ray RT GPU.
In this video, you'll be introduced to the V-Ray sun and sky system, and its different sky models. You'll learn how to use parameters to fine tune your scene.
See how to use volumetric effects in V-Ray, such as V-Ray Environment Fog and V-Ray Aerial Perspective.
Examine VRayVolumeGrid which loads & renders volumetric cache files, such as Open VDB, Field3D, and Phoenix FD aura files.
Watch as a V-Ray Sun & Sky light setup is being used to demonstrate the V-Ray Edges Texture feature, rendered interactively with V-Ray RT.
In this V-Ray video tutorial, you'll take a closer look at the "VRayFur" and how to use t to create procedural fir and grass using the GPU.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use "VRayEnvironmentFog" to create a volumetric effect known as "God rays" using V-Ray for 3ds Max.