Update: Chaos Group V-Ray Next for Sketchup, Update 1 – More Power
This update for V-Ray Next for Sketchup offers an improved user experience with deeper Sketchup integration, faster interactive rendering, powerful new functionality to make it easier to manage your scenes, and more.
V-Ray Next for Sketchup
With significant workflow optimizations & faster rendering, V-Ray Next for Sketchup is smarter, faster and more powerful than ever.
What’s new in V-Ray Next for Sketchup Update 1?
Update 1 includes deeper SketchUp integration, performance optimizations and more streamlined workflows.
- SketchUp Colorization support — Make color corrections on standard SketchUp materials and see the effect right away in the V-Ray Frame Buffer.
- Improved user experience — It’s easier and smoother to use your favorite V-Ray tools, including Light Creation, Infinite Plane and Scene Interaction.
- Optimized interactive CPU rendering — Interactive editing of scene cameras, lights and materials is more responsive.
- Cryptomatte element — The Cryptomatte render element automatically generates and stores object- or material-based masks — perfect for accurately selecting objects in post-production.
- Quick denoiser engine switch — Switch from V-Ray to NVIDIA AI denoising with a toggle in the main renderer rollout.
- Updated VFB lens effects — Simulate real-world camera lens effects with new procedurally generated dust and scratches.
- Color picker temperature — The V-Ray color picker introduces a Kelvin temperature slider so you can save and modify a temperature value for every color slot.
V-Ray Next for Sketchup is available as a perpetual license or rental.
Posted by Kim Sternisha