V-Ray for Revit is built for architects who want to create great design renders without the learning curve. V-Ray for Revit uses the same interface as other version 3.x versions of V-Ray (SketchUp, 3ds Max, Maya, etc.), so you could make consistent renders during your complete 3D workflow.
V-Ray for Revit lets you render professional, high resolution images with realistic lights, materials, and cameras.
V-Ray for Revit is built to handle your biggest building models.
V-Ray is fast. Render quickly with a real time preview and make design decisions faster.
V-Ray for Revit is made for designers. It’s fast to set up, with no complicated settings.
V-Ray for Revit works right in Revit. No import or export needed.
The Industry Standard
92 of the top 100 architecture firms in the world render with V-Ray every day.
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.
Render interactively while you design. Fine-tune lights and materials and see the results right awayin the real time preview.
Accurate options for IES and HDR image-based lighting, as well as support for Revit Sun and Sky.
Simulate photographic cameras from Revit’s native camera views.
Automatically convert Revit materials to V-Ray’s physically-correct format. Fine-tune material properties using the V-Ray Material Editor.
Easily make scenes look diagrammatic or like a scale models with material presets such as basswood and foam core.
Render sections easily with full support for Revit's native section boxes.
Automatically removes artifacts and noise, cutting render times with GPU-accelerated denoising.
Add realistic atmospheric depth with aerial perspective and environment fog.
V-Ray Frame Buffer
Fine-tune your render’s color, exposure, and more directly in V-Ray’s frame buffer.
Verify designs at 1:1 scale in popular VR headsets like Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
New web-based distributed rendering to speed up rendering by using the power of all available desktops and render nodes.
Export to V-Ray Standalone
Export a ready-to-render scene from Revit to V-Ray Standalone.
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