Subburb has recently released a version of SolidRocks V-Ray Wizard, its utility for automating the V-Ray scene rendering settings nondestructively, for Cinema 4D users who are rendering with VRayforC4D. SolidRocks initially was created for 3ds Max, providing a simple and effective way to set up V-Ray rendering for a variety of situations, easily changing many V-Ray render settings with only a few clicks in the SolidRocks interface. SolidRock settings typically see a huge speed increase of up to 3 times faster in some cases, by optimizing the render settings for the appropriate task.
SolidRocks fully automates the complex process of setting up V-Ray
SolidRocks for Cinema 4D provides an interface for interacting with V-Ray render settings nondestructively, saving all your previous V-Ray parameters of the scene. SolidRocks also provides an interface for choosing Global Illumination settings, offering a quick way to switch between GI methods for different rendering situations with just one click. SolidRocks comes with 4 presets for Exterior rendering, Interiors, dark lit interiors, and special brute force settings.
SolidRocks for Cinema 4D requires Cinema 4D R13 or above (Windows only at the moment), VrayForC4d, and is available for roughly $84.00 for one license. There is also a functioning SolidRocks lite version that you can download and try out here.