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In response to the demand of artists and designers, the industry’s most popular rendering engine developer Chaos Group finally started providing Foundry‘s Nuke with V-Ray this high-quality rendering solution on Windows and Linux. This was an unprecedented attempt, because it made V-Ray’s powerful rendering techniques available for Nuke, NukeX, and Nuke Studio. Meanwhile, it also became the most powerful renderer on Nuke.
V-Ray for NUKE enables you to completely control lighting, shadows, reflections, rending and exporting, and more – without having to send it back to other 3D software. It is a fully-functional, high-quality, and production-proven rendering solution for NUKE, NUKEX & NUKE Studio. This rendering plug-in allows Nuke artists to perform the V-Ray renderings as a whole within any Nuke versions. In fact, V-Ray for NUKE has been used in the production of film-level content.
All in all, V-Ray’s join added a powerful component to Nuke’s comprehensive node workflow, and made it more perfect. Not only does this mean the promotion of technology, but also greatly improves the working efficiency. So that artists are able to more focus on the process of innovation, and use less time to create better results.
// Key Features //
- Powerful Ray Traced Rendering
- Node-Based Integration
- Accurate Lighting
- Global Illumination
- Physically-Based Materials
- Production-Ready Textures
- VR Cameras
- Proxy Objects
- Instancing with Particles
- Render Elements
- V-Ray Scene Node
- V-Ray Translator Node
// Official Demo Video //
// System Requirements //
- Windows 64-bit only
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the V-Ray for Nuke multilingual full installers and unlocked files (cgauth.dll) for Windows 64-bit.
// Installation Notes //
for V-Ray for Nuke v3.30.01:
- Download and install ‘vray_adv_33001_nuke10_x64.exe’
- Copy the unlocked file ‘cgauth.dll’ to Nuke’s root directory and “plugins\vray” folder, and overwrite
- That’s all, enjoy!
*** Maybe it’s V-Ray’s bug – its environment setting misses each time, then you need to set the system environment by yourself first, then run Nuke to use V-Ray.
// Download URLs //
|v3.30.01||Nuke 10 (64-bit)||112 MB|
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