Hello everyone, the next part, I will answer the question related to Render Nodes and especially to V-ray for Revit.
In networking rendering processes, Render Nodes are the machines to render.
Absolutely sure you can add machines. When you rendering, V-ray will share rendering-process to data-packages. And it will be sent to the other machines which connect to your network. These packages will be computing pixel information and then back to Vray.
V-Ray for Revit can do it by rendering Swarm where you can share Render Nodes.
The only disadvantage is time. Vray for Revit version will be expired at certain times.
Firstly, you have to log in to www.chaosgroup.com and verify your order. When you sign in, you can download Vray for Revit by direct to Downloads-section.
Yes, you can if you buy a license.
Two applications totally are not interactive.