New: Chaos V-Ray 5 for Sketchup is Now Available + Webinar Info
Do more without leaving SketchUp, with the new V-Ray 5 for SketchUp from Chaos Group. This update expands the capabilities of the rendering software with real-time visualization, smart lighting features and more. Don’t miss the webinar on December 8, 2020 to find out how you do even more in SketchUp with V-Ray 5’s new features.
Chaos V-Ray 5 for Sketchup
With V-Ray 5 for SketchUp, Chaos has dramatically expanded the capabilities of rendering software — so you can do more without leaving SketchUp. Real-time visualization, smart lighting features and post-processing make it quick and easy to get straight to your best renders.
What’s new in V-Ray 5 for SketchUp:?
Quick previews of your SketchUp model and professional quality rendering of high-resolution images and animations — all without leaving your favourite 3D tool.
FASTER, EASIER LIGHTING
Automate your scene lighting process through hundreds of automatically generated light setups and lighting capabilities.
POST-PROCESSING IN V-RAY
Powerful tools for applying finishing touches to your images. Now you can save time and increase creative exploration.
AND MUCH MORE
Find out how V-Ray 5 can make it faster and easier to create your best work.
V-Ray 5 for SketchUp Webinar
December 8, 2020 at 9:00am PST | 12:00pm EST
Join Chaos’s free webinar and find out how you do even more in SketchUp with V-Ray 5’s new features.
Join host Cory Holm for a 45-minute webinar and find out how V-Ray 5 for SketchUp can help you visualize designs and speed up your workflow. You’ll see how real-time rendering, lighting tools and powerful post-processing features can help you create your best-ever work — even after you’ve rendered.
Find out how to:
- Visualize designs in real-time
- Explore endless lighting variations automatically
- Extend magic hour with the new sun and sky system
- Save time with the improved and more-efficient material workflow
- Add more variety to your scenes through new material layers
- Make your materials look more realistic with new randomization options
- Create multiple lighting scenarios from a single render without re-rendering
- Composite renders directly in the V-Ray Frame Buffer
- Use a layer based editor for final touches and color corrections
- … And more!
Here’s the webinar, if you missed it.
Posted by Kim Sternisha