for Cinema 4D

Fully integrated into Cinema 4D • For professional visualisers

Speed, quality, reliability — produce beautiful and super realistic renderings at unsurpassed speeds. V-Ray turbo-charges Cinema 4D’s rendering power with speed, quality and reliability.

V-Ray for Cinema 4D  (or ‘VRAYforC4D’) is a high-quality render tool integrated directly into Cinema 4D. Used widely by professional CG artists and visualisations firms worldwide, it’s the de-facto standard for architecture and design visualisation, car rendering, TV commercials and many more areas.

What makes V-Ray for Cinema 4D special?
If you like Cinema 4D, you’ll love V-Ray. It’s the fastest, fully-featured render engine available, combining extraordinary image, light and material quality at an unbeaten render speed. That’s why it’s the first choice for many studios.

Industry standard
After use in several major productions, such as the blockbuster movie Avatar, V-Ray became an industry standard. It continues to push the boundaries of technology to next level, making possible what had been inconceivable a short time ago.


What can it do?
Brace yourself, this will get technical…

  • Realistic light: Reflection, absorption, scattering, multiple-layers, subsurface scattering, etc. using multi-layered BRDF materials. Light with power settings in watts (or lumens etc.) and accurate fall-off.
  • Unparalleled speed: Get it faster. Glossy reflections, high polygon counts, global illumination, high numbers of lights… they all render several times faster in V-Ray, without sacrificing material, light or image quality.
  • Hair & fur: Render realistic hair efficiently and flicker-free.
  • Beautiful physical materials: Create great looking materials that look exactly like the real thing.
  • Accurate camera controls: Exposure, f-stop, depth of field, shutter speed, ISO film speed.
  • Distributed rendering: Use the full power of multiple computers working together to render a single image.
  • Deep integration: Render with all native objects, instances, lights, cameras, etc. directly in the Cinema 4D viewport. Use V-Ray tags to expand the functionality of native C4D objects.
  • Import: Easy to import from Vectorworks and SketchUp.
Kevin Margo, Director & VFX Supervisor at Blur
Our cinematics are packed with action — huge environments, crowds of characters with hair and SSS, fire, explosions, and debris — all with 3D motion blur and render passes. It’s a lot to work with, but V-Ray makes it easy to get the job done. Kevin Margo, Director & VFX Supervisor at Blur

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V-Ray for Cinema 4D
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Product Includes:
  • + V-RayforC4D 3.4
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£641.25
RRP £675.00
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Notes:

Eligibility: The first 12 digits of your current Cinema 4D number(s) is required to validate the purchase.

Digital goods: Serial number(s) and Mac/Windows download links will be emailed within 2 working days.

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System Requirements
macOS
  • Operating System: macOS 10.5 or later
  • Minimum hardware: Intel Mac. Minimum 2 gHz processor with 2+ CPU cores
  • For best performance: V-Ray for Cinema 4D is optimised to scale very efficiently with multiple cores. 4, 8, 12, or 16-core machines, ideally with 2 GB memory per core. InteI x7 and Xeon Nehalem preferred. Strongly recommend a 64-bit machine.
Windows
  • Operating System: Windows XP SP2, Vista, 7 or later (32 or 64-bit versions)
  • Minimum hardware: Intel or AMD PC. Minimum 2 gHz processor with 2+ CPU cores
  • For best performance: V-Ray for Cinema 4D is optimised to scale very efficiently with multiple cores. 4, 8, 12, or 16-core machines, ideally with 2 GB memory per core. InteI x7 and Xeon Nehalem preferred. Strongly recommend a 64-bit machine.