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rhino 5 - vray issues!!!!!!!!!!!

rhino 5 - vray issues!!!!!!!!!!!

rhino 5 - vray issues!!!!!!!!!!!

hello everyone.
i finished a very complex model on rhino 5, i cant export it to rhino 4 because i used some new commands that the previous version does not reconize.

everything works good, everything worked good.
until now.
everytime i launch a render in vray, it comes up with a black image.
doesnt matter if i set vray settings to default, or reload visopt file, doesnt matter if i didnt change anything.
i used to use the real-time render preview (new feature of vray for R5) and now it doesnt work either.

i am desperate, i need to render this stuff, and it looks like i'll have to use rhino engine :S

RE: rhino 5 - vray issues!!!!!!!!!!!

You need to contact McNeel about the problem. Rhino 5 is in beta testing. I am sure they will be able to help you on this.


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