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Learn what's new in V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 2
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V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 2  

NVIDIA RTX support. Better material management. Powerful Grasshopper functionality.


V-Ray GPU boost

Extra ray-tracing hardware acceleration.

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V-Ray for Rhino now supports NVIDIA RTX cards, tapping into the extra ray-tracing hardware acceleration that comes with RTX-class GPUs.

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Workflow optimizations

Click less and apply materials faster.

Proxy mesh materials

Import or create a proxy mesh asset and V-Ray will automatically generate a set of material slots, making it easier to manage materials.

Partial scene export

Export only selected objects as a .vrscene file containing geometry and the applied materials.

Improved materials

The underlying shading structure of all scene materials is optimized. Material attributes can now be added or removed based on the user’s needs.

Color assistant

Choose the exact color you need with the right hue, saturation and value variation with the Color Assistant, V-Ray Color Picker's new extension.

Extended script access

The updated V-Ray scripting API provides more options to start a render. You can save and load settings from a .vropt file for even more control over your scene setup.


Smart functionality

Maximum creative control, minimum effort.

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Decals support

With support for Decals, you can add images to paintings, signs, screens and more. Decals work with both native and V-Ray materials.

Color theme

A new “Bright” color theme is now available so you can change the appearance of your V-Ray user interface.

Unified installer

Enjoy smooth, single-step installation of all the components included in the V-Ray package.


Grasshopper enhancements

Powerful capabilities that maximize value.

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V-Ray for Grasshopper enhancements

A number of improvements including bitmap textures, vertex colors, virtual reality camera types and many more.

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