Update: Chaos Group V-Ray Next for SketchUp v2.2 (4.20.03)
Chaos Group has released an update to V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update v2.2. This release updates the Chaos Group License Server and V-Ray Swarm, as well as other fixes and improvements.
V-Ray Next for SketchUp v2.2 Bug Fixes and Improvements
Date – Aug. 04, 2020
Download – 4.20.03
- Chaos Group License Server updated to version 5.5.0
- V-Ray Swarm updated to version 1.4.4
- The Chaos Group License Server web page now automatically opens after successful V-Ray installation
- The Material Random Color render element now correctly generates unique colors for materials passed through a Two-Sided shader or ones using the Translucency attribute
- The way materials are stored in a Proxy Mesh Component updated. This resolves various issues with 3rd party plugins utilizing V-Ray Proxies
- Resolved an issue with the Sunlight caustic photon emission. The emission cone no longer cut in half in some situations
- Adding a Bitmap diffuse texture material (or loading one with such texture assigned) no longer activates the SketchUp’s ‘Colorize’ material option
- Coat layers (Diffuse or Reflection) added to a material that has no other base layer no longer display the full set of VRay Mtl parameters
- CUDA hybrid rendering in bucket mode no longer leads to the exception in V-Ray Core when NVLink is used
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Posted by Michele Yamazaki