V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade works with SketchUp 2018
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade
  • V-Ray® for SketchUp Upgrade

V-Ray SketchUp Upgrade

$395.00

V-Ray Next for SketchUp is the next generation of rendering and brings great workflow optimizations and 2x faster rendering. Upgrade your workstation license of V-Ray 3.x to Next. If you own render node licenses that you would like to upgrade, please email us at sales@vray.us for a custom quote. V-Ray Next support SketchUp 2016-2020!


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V-Ray Next for SketchUp 

Introducing the next generation of rendering.

With significant workflow optimizations & faster rendering, V-Ray Next is smarter, faster and more powerful than ever.

V-Ray is an easy-to-use rendering plugin for SketchUp that allows professional quality rendering of high-resolution images with realistic lights, materials and cameras directly within SketchUp. It helps architects, designers and creators to bring their sketches and models to life at every stage of the design lifecycle. Unlike real-time solutions (such as Enscape and Lumion), V-Ray is unlimited in the final quality and realism that it can deliver. In addition, users can maintain their V-Ray decisions and workflows with vrscenes - which transfers the model plus all the V-Ray materials and lights.

Tight integration — A familiar environment closely integrated with SketchUp to ensure users never have to leave the

program to set scenes, apply materials or tweak lighting conditions on the fly.

Accuracy — Analyzes designs according to their actual lighting and the true reflections and refractions of their materials.

Easy to use — An intuitive interface with simplified render presets backed up by comprehensive documentation, lots of

video tutorials and a vibrant support community.

Quality — V-Ray lets you create the highest quality renders possible – directly in SketchUp.

Interoperability — Leverage V-Ray work from other 3D tools such as 3ds Max, SketchUp or Revit for render-ready

assets and reusable materials.

Power — V-Ray for SketchUp supports CPU, GPU or hybrid rendering, so you can make use of the full power of your

hardware. You can also even distribute renders across multiple networked machines with V-Ray Swarm.

Fast & smart production rendering — V-Ray Next is now twice as fast when using V-Ray GPU. V-Ray for SketchUp

lets you spend more time being creative and less time waiting.

V-Ray Next for SketchUp is immediately compatible with the new SketchUp 2020, as well as versions 2016-2019. 

VRSUUP

Windows


Please make sure that your system fulfills these requirements before installing V-Ray. Note that V-Ray is only supported for 64-bit operating systems and 64-bit versions of SketchUp.

Processor

1st Gen Intel® Core™ or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support (x64)

RAM

4 GB RAM and 4 GB swap minimum – recommended 8 GB or more RAM, 8 GB or more swap file

TCP/IP

Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported

Operating System

Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10.

SketchUp

SketchUp 2016 (64-bit), 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

GPU Support Maxwell-, Pascal-, Volta- and Turing-based NVIDIA card(s) with latest video driver or at least version 411.31
For more info, see GPU Rendering.

 

Mac OS X


Please make sure that your system fulfills these requirements before installing V-Ray.  

Processor

1st Gen Intel® Core™ or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support (x64)

RAM

4 GB RAM and 4 GB swap minimum – recommended 8 GB or more RAM, 8 GB or more swap file

TCP/IP

Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported

Operating System Apple® Mac OS X 10.9.x or higher
SketchUp SketchUp 2016 (64-bit), 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020

 V-Ray GPU works only with C++/CPU devices under macOS. V-Ray GPU can still be used in distributed rendering where a macOS machine runs the CUDA engine on a CPU device together with Windows/Linux machine(s) running CUDA engine on GPU device(s).

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 2 – What's new

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 1 – What's new

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Now available

Webinar: V-Ray Next for SketchUp

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Adaptive Dome Light

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Automatic Exposure and White Balance

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Denoising

Faster GPU rendering – V-Ray Next for SketchUp

V-Ray for SketchUp — Webinar: Setting Up a Day Scene from Start to Finish

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Optimized interactive and production GPU rendering

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Importing V-Ray scenes as SketchUp models for editing

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Material dispersion and lense effects

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Denoising render elements for compositing

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Volumetric environment rendered on the GPU

VV-Ray Next for SketchUp – Using scanned V-Ray materials - VRScans

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – User interface overview and basic asset management

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 2 – What's new

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 1 – What's new

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Now available

Webinar: V-Ray Next for SketchUp

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Adaptive Dome Light

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Automatic Exposure and White Balance

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Denoising

Faster GPU rendering – V-Ray Next for SketchUp

V-Ray for SketchUp — Webinar: Setting Up a Day Scene from Start to Finish

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Optimized interactive and production GPU rendering

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Importing V-Ray scenes as SketchUp models for editing

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Material dispersion and lense effects

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Denoising render elements for compositing

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Volumetric environment rendered on the GPU

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Using scanned V-Ray materials - VRScans

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – User interface overview and basic asset management

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