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Chaos Group has finally released an official version of V-Ray for Houdini after years of development. Its core functions are not very different from V-Ray for Maya or V-Ray for 3ds Max, but by convention it should not be as complete as V-Ray for 3ds Max in functionality. Anyway, there’s another option for people who like to fiddle with films and television special effects now. In short, V-Ray for Houdini will take your VFX pipeline to the next level.