Installing V-Ray for Rhino - Video Tutorials
There are two video tutorials on this page, please select the right video for the version of V-Ray you are looking to install, either V-Ray 2.0 for Rhino or V-Ray 3.0 for Rhino.
Installing V-Ray 3.0 for Rhino
In this video tutorial we take a look at the complete upgrade process from V-Ray 2.0 to V-Ray 3.0.
The video is also suitable for those looking to install a V-Ray 3.0 full product as in our video V-Ray 2.0 is uninstalled.
The video includes
- Updating the USB license key
- Uninstalling older versions of V-Ray
- Removing redundant Rhino Toolbars
- Downloading and Installing V-Ray 3.0
- Quick look at the new License Manager and V-Ray Asset Editor
The video shows the upgrade process based on a standalone (local) USB license key (dongle) installation.
Installing V-Ray 2.0 for Rhino
This video is a great reference for anyone new to V-Ray and we recommend you watch it before beginning your V-Ray license installation.
There are two options when installing your V-Ray for Rhino license(s):
- Network / Floating
Either solution requires the USB Hardware Lock (also referred to as the Wibukey)
First we'll look at completing a standalone and then a network installation. A Network Installation is where we have the license for V-Ray on a remote machine or server with V-Ray accessible by multiple Windows PC’s.
We'll end our installation tutorial with some troubleshooting, looking at common issues that can arise with a V-Ray installation.
If after watching this video you are still having issues getting V-Ray to work then please contact us, we’re always happy to help.