V-Ray for Revit
V-Ray, used globally by professional visualisers who require stunning photorealistic results, is now available for architects and designers working with Revit.
Working with V-Ray for Revit offers
V-Ray for Revit allows architects and designers to render professional high-resolution images with realistic lights, materials, and cameras.
With interactive rendering (GPU or CPU) and fast rendering capabilities across multiple machines, V-Ray for Revit is fast.
With the intuitive user interface, simple render presets and design model material presets, V-Ray for Revit requires no complicated settings or training to learn.
Top Ten V-Ray for Revit Features Include
- Design-Friendly Interface – Quickly balance quality and speed with V-Ray for Revit’s render presets. Work in draft mode for early iterations and switch to high quality for presentations.
- Physical Materials – Automatically convert Revit materials to V-Ray’s physically-correct format.
- Diagrammatic Materials – Easily make scenes look diagrammatic or like a scale model with material presets like basswood and foam core.
- Physically Based Lighting – Accurate options for IES and HDR image-based lighting, as well as support for Revit Sun and Sky.
- One-Click VR Output – VR cameras can help designers verify scale during the design process.
- Aerial Perspective – Add realistic atmospheric depth with aerial perspective.
- Section Boxes – Render sections easily with full support for Revit's native section boxes.
- Denoiser – Automatically removes artifacts and noise, cutting render times with GPU-acceleration.
- Material Editor – Import and edit VRmats exported from V-Ray for 3ds Max, Rhino and SketchUp.
- V-Ray Swarm – New web-based distributed rendering allows firms to speed up rendering times by using the power of all available desktops and render nodes.
Perpetual licenses are available alongside both short and long-term rental options.
Contact us now for more details on all V-Ray for Revit options and pricing details, including volume discounts.