Unlock the Power of V-Ray 6: A Comprehensive Fundamentals Course


Unlock your rendering potential with our V-Ray 6 Fundamentals Course. Learn to create photorealistic images and animations with V-Ray 6.

Brandon Gibbs

Brandon Gibbs

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Why take this course

V-Ray is a powerful 3D rendering software used in many industries, such as architecture, film, and video game development. Brandon A. Gibbs teaches this course, and you will learn the software's basics, including how to set up a scene; position lights and apply materials, and adjust settings for the final render.

Besides explaining the basics, this course will cover the interoperability and integration of V-ray with your favorite 3D program. V-Ray for Revit, Rhino, and Sketchup provides seamless interoperability and integration, allowing users to access V-Ray's rendering features directly from within the respective software. This allows for a more efficient workflow, as users can create and edit their models in the familiar environment of their chosen software and then use V-Ray to achieve high-quality rendering.

This course will give you a strong foundation in using V-Ray, allowing you to create high-quality, photorealistic images and animations. Additionally, knowing V-Ray will help you to be more competitive in the job market, as many companies in various industries use this software.

V-Ray and Enscape: a visualization powerhouse

Since Chaosgroup - the company that created V-ray - merged with Enscape, they have been tirelessly working to create a unified visualization workflow. V-Ray 6 allows importing Enscape scenes directly into SketchUp, Rhino, and Revit for further adjustments and improved visualization, maintaining accurate workflow and concept representation.


Seamless integration with Rhino, Revit and Sketchup

The V-Ray Bridge is a tool that enables seamless integration of V-Ray with other 3D modeling software such as SketchUp, Rhino, and Revit. It allows users to access V-Ray's advanced rendering features directly from within their chosen 3D modeling software, without the need to export or convert the scene. This helps streamline the workflow and makes it more efficient for users to create and edit their models, using V-Ray to achieve high-quality rendering.


Global Illumination (GI)

Both V-Ray and Enscape provide physically accurate Global Illumination algorithms that can simulate the way light interacts with surfaces in a scene. This allows for realistic lighting, shadows, and reflections to help to create a more photorealistic image in Rhino, Revit, and Sketchup

Real-time rendering

Enscape provides real-time rendering capabilities, allowing users to see changes in the scene immediately and make adjustments in real-time without waiting for a final render. This feature can be particularly useful for architects, designers, and planners in the design review process.

Material editor

Both V-Ray and Enscape provide a comprehensive material editor that allows users to create and edit various materials, including metals, glass, and fabrics. The editor includes advanced features such as subsurface scattering, which can help to create realistic skin and other organic materials in Rhino, Revit and Sketchup.