Our Render Farm for VRay supports the VRay Standalone Renderer, using the (*.vrscene) format and we also support the native file format of the 3D application. The benefit of the native format is, that you can upload your render job to the V-Ray Render Farm much faster because of the lower file size. This helps you to avoid long waiting times for scene conversion and it allows you to use 3rd party plugins.
V-Ray Render Farm Software
Supported Releases of V-Ray
- AXYZ Anima
- Complex Fresnel
- Deformation Cleaner
- Forest Pack
- Fume FX
- Grow FX
- Hot 4D
- Phoenix FD
- Quad Chamfer Modifier
- QuadCap Pro
- Radial Symmetrie
- Rich Dirt
- Surface Spread
- Tension Morpher
- Turbo Reverse
- TurboSmooth Pro
- Unwrap Pro
- Vray Pattern for Maya
- Vray Scatter for Maya
- Walls and Tiles
Specific features of the Rebus Render Farm for V-Ray
- Direct submission from your 3D software of choice
- V-Ray Multiversion
- Distributed rendering
- V-Ray proxies supported
- One-click full automatic asset repath for export
- 3rd party plugins supported
- Full support of your own render settings
- All image formats supported
- Automatic download into your configured destination folder
- 3ds Max Batch rendering supported
- Maya render layers supported
- C4D Takes supported
- Standalone submission supported for V-Ray 3.x and V-Ray Next
Featured projects of RebusFarm with V-Ray
Architectural visualization | Amir Cherni
V-RAY | 3DS MAX | CORONA | ORNATRIX
Interior designer and archviz artist Amir Cherni is not only a passionate VRay tutor, he is also a fan of the RebusFarm Render Service. In one of our interviews, he complimented the simplicity and ease of use of the cloud rendering software. He states that RebusFarm is by far the most reliable V-Ray Render Farm he has ever used. He mainly uses our service for his luxurious residential project visualizations.
Short Film | 'Economy is Care' | Guave Motion
3DS MAX | SIGERNOISE | PHOENIX FD | AFTER EFFECTS | PREMIERE
Swiss 3D artist Andreas Tanner and his team from Guave Motion worked with the V-Ray Render Farm to produce this great short film. It is a commercial for one of their clients, which in total took them over a year to finish, as they did everything from scratch. Andreas likes RebusFarm's render service because of the fast response time and because all plugins run without any problems.
Render Farm Video Tutorials for rendering with V-Ray
Tips: 3ds Max & V-Ray - Working with Pre-Calculated GI
This video shows you how reliable RebusFarm and its online rendering service is when you want to use your own pre-calculated GI for your render jobs while working with 3ds Max & VRay.
Tips: 3ds Max & V-Ray - Rendering Multichannel EXR
RebusFarm Tips and Tricks shows you how to get your multilayer EXR working with 3ds Max and V-Ray while using our render farm.
Tutorial: Maya & V-Ray - Job Submission
This video shows you, how simple a Redshift with Maya render job submission to the RebusFarm Render Service is.
Tutorial: 3ds Max & V-Ray - Animation Job Submission
This RebusFarm video tutorial shows you in a few easy steps how to submit a 3ds Max + VRay render job to our Vray Cloud Rendering Service.
TUTORIAL: CINEMA 4D & V-RAY 5 - JOB SUBMISSION
This video shows you what you have need to configure before sending your render job with Cinema 4D and VRay 5 to the Rebus Render Farm.
Tips: 3ds Max & V-Ray - Batch Rendering Submission
RebusFarm Tips and Tricks shows you how to successfully use the 3ds Max Batch rendering function, while using VRay on our render farm.
Tips: 3ds Max & V-Ray - Working with PhoenixFD
This video briefly explains what you need to consider when you work with PhoenixFD in 3ds Max and V-Ray.