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An interface to a bunch of commonly-used V-Ray for Maya settings and a lot of helpful utilities in one interface. Helps to avoid jumping around to a ton of different places to tweak renders. Works great as a floating companion to the V-Ray framebuffer. Just a note that the Mac version of the V-Ray framebuffer only works with Maya 2011 and V-Ray for Maya 1.0 SP1 and later, so this can't magically make the VFB work with earlier versions. Enjoy and feel free to post feature requests.
You can see the new features of 2.0 on my blog here (the video just shows the per-light rendering feature): https://polygonspixelsandpaint.tumblr.com/post/4237586531
You can see the new features of 3.0 on my blog here: https://polygonspixelsandpaint.tumblr.com/post/33897559407
Check the version history to see the new features of every point update. If you enjoy this script, maybe consider buying my ebook 101 Autodesk Maya Tips for a low-low $2.99: http://polygonspixelsandpaint.tumblr.com/post/18387995950