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V-Ray for Houdini released

Chaos Group has officially released the V-Ray for Houdini, bringing all the core features of the popular renderer to Houdini. 

For the launch, Chaos group has published a case study by Ingenuity Studios on how they used V-Ray for Houdini on The Walking Dead as well as Taylor Swift’s music video Look What you Made Me Do

Licenses are rental only starting at $80 per month or $470 per year. Educational licenses are available to $99 per year. The stable version is available now for Houdini and Houdini Indie 16.5.473 and later and supports Windows, Linux and MacOS. To learn more, visit ChaosGroup’swebsite.

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