cristian Yes, of course, you need to have Rhino 6 or 7 and V-Ray 5 installed - check here. You just set up RN as you want and hit render and that's all.
If you use RN library presets make sure to pick "Proxy" in the Geometry dropdown at the top of the Library Browser after picking desired preset. There are two reasons for that:
- V-Ray has a temporary bug not reading textures when RN import objects (already fixed will be in next V-Ray update)
- V-Ray will render huge amounts of objects keeping your RAM consumption at a very reasonable level
Screenshot for better understanding:
Hope that helps!