Corona or V-Ray for 3ds Max? To decide on one is challenging, as both have unique benefits.
Known for its ease of use, Corona’s standout feature of interactive rendering mode allows users to see changes in real-time, improving project efficiency. Corona’s lighting and material handling features help create realistic and visually appealing 3D renders.
Versatile and advanced, V-Ray provides extensive control over every aspect of the rendering process, which makes it a preferred renderer for 3ds Max and V-Ray training courses. V-Ray offers superior options for lighting, shading and global illumination. Its extensive plugin options and material library help produce highly detailed and photorealistic renders.
Therefore, to select one of the two is challenging. However, as part of 3ds Max courses, Autodesk Authorised Training Centres (ATCs) can train professionals on the application of Corona and V-Rayfor industry projects based on customer requirements.