V-Ray was in use more than a decade ago as of this writing, making it an extremely mature application that's compatible with just about anything. Unfortunately, it also shows its age a bit in the interface which, despite streamlining in recent versions, is still dull, with lots of large and sometimes disorganized square panes full of small text. On the other hand, the program is very stable, never crashing in our testing, and some of its tools have clearly been perfected over the years to maximize usability: the sectioning tool, for example, makes it very easy to modify large sections of your render that need to be moved or removed.
I am hoping that this is the correct forum to post this question. So I recently decided to join Blender but I am overwhelmed with all the information I get. I am an active sketchup and vray user and without any other 3d softwares experience before and my goal for learning Blender is for arch viz and perhaps real time rendering as well now that Blender 2.8 and eevee is out. 2b1af7f3a8