V-Ray for Revit is built for designers. It's fast to set up with no complicated settings. You'll be a master in no time with these quick start video tutorials. Step-by-step tutorial breakdowns and tutorial assets are available.
This video tutorial covers the basic workflow of rendering a simple scene with V-Ray for Revit. It will show you how to block your lighting, camera, and materials with V-Ray's Real-Time renderer.
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Learn how to use V-Ray Swarm, a distributed rendering system that allows you to render on multiple machines at once using a simple web interface.
This video covers lighting techniques for interior spaces with V-Ray for Revit. You will see how to light and render using artificial lights as well as the environment sun light.
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This video tutorial walks you through lighting techniques for exterior scenes, following up on the previous Interior Lighting tutorial which gives you some general lighting workflow details.Breakdown & Assets
This tutorial demonstrates how to apply materials using the V-Ray Material Browser in V-Ray for Revit.
Learn how to create and edit materials in Revit using the standalone V-Ray Material Editor.
This video covers some advanced material workflows including using triplanar texture mapping as well as using displacements with your materials.
In this third video about using lights in V-Ray for Revit, you'll get a look at how IES Lights is being used.
Learn how to render section cuts using the Section Box tool that is built into Revit.
This video covers how to use Channels to push the results of your Revit renders even further.
This video tutorial shows you how to render Aerial Perspectives and atmospheric Fog effects in your Revit projects.
This video demonstrates how to adjust specific components of a rendered image to give you better control over the final quality of your output using V-Ray for Revit.
This V-Ray for Revit video tutorial walks you through using V-Ray camera for effects such as vignettes and depth of field.