Vray updating

Dongles will continue to be an option for V-Ray for Maya customers who prefer hardware-based licenses. With V-Ray 3.0, your render nodes are universal across multiple platforms, starting with Sketch Up, Revit, Rhino, Maya, 3ds Max, MODO and Nuke.

By purchasing 1 copy of V-Ray 3.0 Workstation for Nuke, users get the ability to use V-Ray’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) for editing their settings on one machine and also to render on one machine as a Render Node.

V-Ray 3.0 for Revit supports two types of licensing – dongle licensing and online licensing.Dongles will continue to be an option for V-Ray for Revit customers who prefer hardware-based licenses. With V-Ray 3.0, your render nodes are universal across multiple platforms, starting with Sketch Up, Rhino, 3ds Max, Maya, MODO and Nuke.Product information and resources on this page are copyright of Chaos Software Ltd. From the basics to advanced, the 5-Step Render Workflow (5SRW) V-Ray course provides 50 V-Ray lessons that include easy to follow videos, concepts and exercises.The rendering covered by the Render Node license, makes possible to seamlessly use your license across multiple 3D platforms.

By purchasing 1 copy of V-Ray 3.0 Workstation for MODO, users get the ability to use V-Ray’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) for editing their settings on one machine and also to render on one machine as a Render Node.By purchasing 1 copy of V-Ray 3.0 Workstation for Sketch Up, users get the ability to use V-Ray’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) for editing their settings on one machine and to use the same machine for rendering.In order to use additional computers for rendering though, you have to purchase a Universal Render node license for every additional machine. That’s why every commercial license update from V-Ray 2 to V-Ray 3 includes and additional V-Ray 2 license valid for 6 months after the update, so customers can finish projects created with the 2.0 version of V-Ray.V-Ray 3.0 for Sketch Up uses Universal Render Node license.With V-Ray 3.0 there will be no distinction between render licenses for local, network, or distributed rendering.With V-Ray 3.0, your render nodes are universal across multiple platforms, starting with Sketch Up, Rhino, Revit, Maya, 3ds Max and MODO.