This page introduces render settings in V-Ray for Maya.
The Maya Render Settings window hosts many V-Ray settings for both V-Ray and IPR. Depending on which render mode you are using, the available settings will change. For more information about choosing and setting up your renderer, please see the Installation and Licensing page.section on the
|| Windows menu || > Rendering Editors > Render Settings
||Maya status bar|| > Display render settings button
Production Render Settings Tabs
V-Ray parameters are under several tabs in the Render Setup window. Additionally, each tab is divided into several rollouts.
Common options for outputting files. Find out more: Common Tab
Selection of the image sampler type for antialiasing and image filtering, customizable settings for cameras and environment, VFB settings. Find out more: V-Ray Tab
Selection and settings for primary and secondary GI engines, GI caustics. Find out more: GI Tab
Global settings including displacement and texture settings. Find out more: Settings Tab
Provides parameters that override a variety of V-Ray settings such as local parameters for lights, cameras, and materials. Find out more: Overrides Tab
Render Elements Tab
Creation and control of render elements for beauty pass compositing and post-production. Find out more: Render Elements Tab
IPR Render Settings
When IPR is used for rendering, V-Ray parameters are located under a single IPR tab. For more details on IPR as a whole, see the Interactive Rendering | IPR page.