This page provides information on the V-Ray Toolbox.
The V-Ray Toolbox is a palette that allows us to easily access major V-Ray features. It can be opened from the V-Ray menu in the menu bar:
UI Path: ||V-Ray menu|| > V-Ray Toolbox
Toolbox During RT Render
Render with V-Ray – Renders the current frame with V-Ray.
Render animation with V-Ray – Renders the whole animation range with V-Ray.
Render with V-Ray Standalone – Renders with V-Ray Standalone.
Show VFB Window – Opens the V-Ray Frame Buffer.
Start RT CPU – Runs V-Ray RT on the CPU and uses it for interactive rendering.
Start RT GPU CUDA – Runs V-Ray RT on the GPU and use it for interactive rendering.
Stop RT – Stops the V-Ray RT render.
Restart RT – Restarts the RT render so any undetected changes can be applied. Used while RT is already running. Can also be triggered through the command history tab by typing "vray.rt.restart".
Pause RT scene updates – Pauses the RT render scene updates.
Render only selected geometry – Only geometry that is currently selected will be rendered.
M – Opens the Main V-Ray Settings.
GI – Opens the GI V-Ray Settings.
RT – Opens the RT,Performance V-Ray Settings.
RE – Opens the Render Elements Settings.
Open Preferences – Opens the Modo Preferences at the V-Ray options section.
Open Event Log – Opens the event log, which displays information about the last render.
Convert to V-Ray Proxy – Converts the currently selected geometry to a V-Ray Proxy.
Import .vrscene – Imports a previously created .vrscene file.
Add Geometry Properties – Adds the V-Ray Geometry Properties to the currently selected mesh(s).
Remove Geometry Properties – Removes the V-Ray Geometry Properties from the currently selected mesh(s).
Add Physical Camera – Adds the V-Ray Physical Camera Properties to the currently selected camera.
Remove Physical Camera – Removes the V-Ray Physical Camera Properties from the currently selected camera.
Add V-Ray Sun – Adds the V-Ray Sun/Sky Properties to the currently selected Direct Light.
Remove V-Ray Sun – Removes the V-Ray Sun/Sky Properties from the currently selected Direct Light.