This page provides a brief look at what V-Ray for Revit can provide to its users.

 

Page Contents

 

Ease of Use

  • Easy to use Toolbar

  • Familiar control scheme

  • Easy to use quality presets

 

Powerful Rendering engine

  • Powerful production renderer
  • Fast Interactive engine which can utilize either CPU or GPU
  • Advanced post-processing built into the frame buffer (render window)


Hybrid Rendering

  • V-Ray GPU running on NVIDIA CUDA can now take full advantage of all available hardware, including GPUs and CPUs.

 

Asset Browser

  • Material Browser has been renamed to Asset Browser (it now hosts all materials, proxies and fur)
  • Improved UI
  • Multiple selection and multiple editing of materials
  • New material map Filter. By linked files (linked project/s materials can be filtered separately from project materials)
  • Improved Color Material. Now it has Transparency, Glossiness and Reflection options 

 

Camera

  • Supports Revit Cameras
  • Supports Section box
  • Virtual Reality support using the steroscopic cube camera

 

Lighting

  • Support for Revit lights including IES lights
  • Support for Revit sun
  • Support for image-based lighting

 

Materials

  • Revit material support
  • V-Ray material support using .vrmat file format
  • Advanced global overrides for diagrammatic renderings


V-Ray Proxies

  • Override RPC objects with .vrmesh and .abc files 
  • Selecting RPCs in the Revit viewport activates the Filter in RPC Proxies tab 
  • Multiple selection, override and editing of proxies 

 

V-Ray Fur

  • Allows for rendering realistic grass and fur surfaces