Thanks for the info. I know of this batch render function, however this is not what I meant. Back in Vray 2.0, there was this “batchrender” checkbox in settings which can freeze the main Rhino window while rendering so that multiple renderings can be done via scripts; and one can uncheck this box and as a result you Rhino main window will be accessible during rendering so you can render and work at the same time.
After I upgrade to Vray 3.0, I can’t find this checkbox anymore and the rendering process will always freeze the main Rhino window and it’s problematic in situation where I want to work and render at the same time.
Hope that clarifies it.