New Opportunities with Chaos Bridge Update

New Opportunities with Chaos Bridge Update

Chaos has introduced an update that opens new doors for 3D design and collaboration. Chaos Bridge, or Enscape to V-Ray compatibility, it now includes a new beta component – the V-Ray Scene Exporter. This article explores the new features and opportunities that come with this update.

Now, you can transfer your Enscape data directly to V-Ray for 3ds Max and Cinema 4D.

Originally launched to enable a unified visualisation process, Chaos Bridge has taken a step forward with the introduction of V-Ray Scene Exporter. This new function allows for the transfer of key data from Enscape to V-Ray and other design applications, including 3ds Max and Cinema 4D. As an architect, designer, or 3D artist, you can now seamlessly utilise the power of real-time rendering and achieve photorealistic results within a unified workflow.

Key Features of the Update:

  • V-Ray Scene Exporter (Beta): This new tool enables the export of .vrscene files from Enscape and their import into V-Ray, 3ds Max, and Cinema 4D.
  • Improved Collaboration: Now, you can easily share and collaborate with key data between different design applications, opening up new creative possibilities.
  • Transfer of Design Decisions: Preserve and transfer your design intentions and decisions from Enscape to your chosen tool, ensuring your creative vision remains intact.

Effortlessly transfer scenes from Enscape to V-Ray

What programs do I need to use Chaos Bridge?

To start using Chaos Bridge, users need the latest version of  and Enscape (3.5.6) and V-Ray (6.2) for 3ds Max or Cinema4D. By following simple steps, users can export .vrscene files from Enscape and import them into V-Ray, enabling a smooth transition and integration of project data.

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