© Julian Santiago
© Julian Santiago

POWERFUL RENDERING FOR THE BLENDER COMMUNITY

QUALITY

Production-ready ray traced rendering with a suite of tools to create professional imagery and animation.

SPEED

Multicore-accelerated rendering for optimized speed and scalability.

POWER

Built to handle the absolute toughest projects and biggest scenes.

CREATIVE CONTROL

V-Ray for Blender's versatile feature set puts you in complete control.

INDUSTRY STANDARD

Top artists & studios use V-Ray every day to create world-class artwork.

OPEN SOURCE

The V-Ray for Blender plugin is free and available on Github. A V-Ray Render Node license is all you need to render.

KIRIBATI

Ignacio Corrales, Lighting Director and Shading Supervisor

Multiple artists worldwide are contributing to an animated feature about pursuing your dreams at any age.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Vanilla Seed's Video Greeting

A family of moles, an underground holiday, and a lesson in resourcefulness.

PRICING


Blender and V-Ray for Blender arе free, open-source products licensed under the GNU General Public License.
To render with V-Ray in Blender you need V-Ray Standalone which is part of a V-Ray Render Node license. 
 

List prices do not include taxes, dongle and shipping. See pricing & licensing FAQs.

See full system requirements.

To try V-Ray for Blender you need to download and install the latest official version of V-Ray for Blender with the account supplied to you by Chaos Group or your reseller.
What is V-Ray Standalone?
V-Ray Standalone is a full-featured command-line renderer that supports V-Ray’s native .vrscene file format.
V-Ray Standalone supports V-Ray's complete feature set including CPU & GPU rendering capabilities.
Additional notes:
Some features and third-party plugins cannot be exported to V-Ray Scene (.vrscene) files.
V-Ray Standalone does not currently support GPU rendering on Apple® Mac OS©.