This page introduces a number of QuickStart guides designed to get you started with V-Ray for Revit.

 


 

Intro

Covers the basic workflow of rendering a simple scene with V-Ray for Revit.

 


 

 

V-Ray Swarm

Covers how to use V-Ray Swarm, a distributed rendering system that allows you to render on multiple machines at once.

 


 

 

Interior Lighting

Covers lighting techniques for interior spaces.

 


 

 

Exterior Lighting

Covers lighting techniques for exterior spaces.

 


 

 

Materials

Examines how to apply materials using the V-Ray Material Browser in V-Ray for Revit.

 


 

 

Material Editor

Covers creating and editing materials in Revit using the standalone V-Ray Material Editor

 


 

 

Advanced Material Workflow

 Examines advanced material workflows including using triplanar texture mapping as well as using displacements with your materials.

 


 

 

IES Lights

Goes into more details on Lights with Illuminating Engineering Society profile data files.

 


 

 

Section Box

Discusses how to render particular sections of your scene with the Section Box tool.

 


 

 

Rendering Fog

Goes over how to properly add atmospheric effects like Environment Fog and Aerial Perspective to your projects.

 


 

 

Render Channels

Discusses how to use Render Channels in your projects to improve your workflow.

 


 

 

Compositing Channels

Covers the basics of how to composite Render Channels in an image editor.

 


 

 

Advanced Camera Techniques

Discusses how to create depth of field, vignetting, bloom, and glare effects.