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How to Download V-Ray for Blender

V-Ray is a powerful and professional rendering engine that can produce photorealistic images and animations. V-Ray is compatible with many 3D software, including Blender, a free and open source 3D creation suite. In this article, we will show you how to download and install V-Ray for Blender, and how to use it to render your scenes.

What is V-Ray for Blender?

V-Ray for Blender is a free plug-in that exports your scene into a .vrscene file which can be rendered by the V-Ray Standalone application. In order to use it, you need to install a custom Blender build which has the V-Ray plug-in and scene exporter properly integrated. You also need to have V-Ray Standalone installed on your computer, which is part of a V-Ray Render Node license.

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How to Download V-Ray for Blender?

To download V-Ray for Blender, you need to follow these steps:

  • Go to the [official website] of Chaos, the company that develops V-Ray.

  • Click on the Products tab and select V-Ray for Blender.

  • Click on the Download button and fill in the form with your name, email, and country.

  • You will receive an email with a link to download the custom Blender build and the V-Ray Standalone installer.

  • Download both files and save them on your computer.

How to Install V-Ray for Blender?

To install V-Ray for Blender, you need to follow these steps:

  • Run the V-Ray Standalone installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your license information or request a trial license.

  • Extract the custom Blender build from the zip file and copy it to your preferred location. You can rename the folder if you want.

  • Run the custom Blender build by double-clicking on the blender.exe file. You can also create a shortcut on your desktop or taskbar for easy access.

  • Go to File > User Preferences > Add-ons and enable Render: V-Ray For Blender 3.0.

  • Choose V-Ray as a rendering engine in the Render panel. You can also select V-Ray (material preview) as a render engine for previewing materials and textures using V-Ray.

  • Set up the render preview by setting the Display parameter to Keep UI in the Render panel. This will avoid rendering in both the V-Ray and native Blender frame buffer.

  • Set up the V-Ray Standalone connection by checking the Detect V-Ray checkbox in the User Preferences > Add-ons > Render: V-Ray for Blender 3.0. This will automatically detect any V-Ray Standalone installation using V-Ray's environment variables. If you need to manually specify the vray.exe that you want to use, you can disable the Detect V-Ray checkbox and enter the path of the V-Ray Standalone execution file in the Path field.

  • Set up the Exporter by choosing a folder where you want to save the .vrscene files in the System tab of the Render settings. By default, the Exporter will save the scene in a temporary folder on your hard drive.

How to Use V-Ray for Blender?

To use V-Ray for Blender, you need to follow these steps:

  • Create or open a scene in Blender and adjust the camera, lighting, materials, and other settings as you wish.

  • Go to the Render settings and choose a render preset from the Presets drop-down menu in the Settings tab. You can also customize the render settings according to your needs.

  • Click on the Render button or press F12 to start rendering. The Exporter will export your scene into a .vrscene file and transfer it to V-Ray Standalone for rendering. You can see the progress and result of the rendering in the V-Ray frame buffer window.

  • You can adjust some parameters in real-time while rendering, such as exposure, white balance, color correction, denoising, etc. You can also pause or resume the rendering at any time.

  • When the rendering is finished, you can save the image in various formats, such as PNG, JPEG, EXR, etc. You can also save the .vrscene file for later use or editing.

We hope this article was helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us or leave a comment below. Happy rendering!


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