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News: Top 7 reasons to upgrade to V-Ray Next for SketchUp

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If you are on the fence about upgrading to V-Ray Next for Sketchup, Chaos Group has put together a list of the top 7 reasons you should upgrade.  This article explains how incredibly easy it is to use V-Ray Next for SketchUp to create inspiring, photorealistic renders.

I’ve listed the top 7 reasons here, but for a deeper dive, videos, and more specifics, please read the full article.

Top 7 Reasons to upgrade to V-Ray Nex for Sketchup

Launched earlier this year, V-Ray Next for SketchUp made several leaps in improvements and introduced many new features for designers, architects and artists to take their renders to new levels. It’s based upon the same Academy Award-winning rendering technology used to create photorealistic imagery in blockbuster movies and TV shows, but it’s been finely tuned to fit seamlessly into SketchUp’s much-loved sleek and straightforward workflow.

  1. Super-fast rendering speeds
  2. A simpler UI
  3. Easy lighting setup
  4. Painless imports
  5. Effects don’t have to be complicated
  6. Full support for SketchUp 2019
  7. Help when you need it

Read the full article


chaos group v-ray next for sketchupV-Ray Next for Sketchup

With significant workflow optimizations & faster rendering, V-Ray Next is smarter, faster and more powerful than ever. Now, with a few clicks, you can create high-quality ray-traced visuals using one of the world’s most widely used design programs. Automatic scene analysis and adaptive lighting join dozens of new features, bringing more performance to the design process.

Backed by over four years of R&D, V-Ray Next rapidly accelerates the SketchUp workflow, building massive speed and intelligence gains under the hood, so designers can produce faster, cleaner renders with little to no extra effort. This latest version is also immediately compatible with the new SketchUp 2019, as well as versions 2016-2018.

Learn More | Purchase | Upgrade V-Ray Next for Sketchup    Try a Demo

 

Posted by Kim Sternisha