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In order to introduce the industry’s most famous and popular high-quality rendering engine V-Ray into the superb 3D animation rendering & producing platform Cinema 4D, V-Ray for Cinema 4D (VRAY for C4D for short, AKA: V-RAYforC4D) was born. It was actually started and developed by spontaneously organized C4D users, and the whole process got full support from the parent company of V-Ray (Chaos Group) and MAXON.