Chaos Group is thrilled to inform all Maya users that V-Ray 2.0 for Maya is now available! The complete, state-of-the-art rendering solution now comes with interactive rendering on GPU and CPU. Users in all industries - from VFX to Architecture - will benefit from a more robust and much faster rendering solution.
Some of the new and upgraded features of V-Ray 2.0 have been presented in a series of videos:
To see a full features list and watch more video previews, please click here.
"We are very excited to release the latest version of V-Ray for Maya," said Chaos Group CEO, Peter Mitev. "Speed increases are always something our users want to hear, and we are glad to deliver just that. Combined with interactive rending on both CPU and GPU, this 2.0 release will be a significant upgrade for many users."
Here are what leading artists and renowned studios around the world have to say about V-Ray for Maya:
"Here at Method we have been using V-Ray for Maya since the beginning of its development. It has had huge success in house for feature and commercial work large and small. Having multiple renderer support inhouse it's a head to head vs match to final only the best images."
Scott Metzger, VFX Artist at Method Studios
"I enjoy using V-Ray in Maya, it's nice to have the option of different 3d packages, with the same great render engine. I have been using V-Ray for many years now, and V-Ray has now integrated nicely into Maya, making the lighting and rendering process very smooth, solid and thorough. I can absolutely recommend V-Ray for Maya!"
Daniel Buck, Digital Artist