New: V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and Rhino
News | October 8, 2022
V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and Rhino is now available! Version 6 includes many new features and improvements. Below we give you an overview of what’s new in V-Ray 6.
What are the new features of V-Ray 6?
Direct exchange between V-Ray & Enscape:
With V-Ray 6 you directly convert real-time scenes from Enscape and make them as photorealistic as possible. All design decisions during the various design stages are preserved as Enscape supports materials, objects and light. This allows designers and visualization experts to work together smoothly.
New cloud system:
You no longer have to spend hours browsing through HDRI libraries to add an appropriate cloud sky to scenes. With the new procedural cloud system, you have a flexible and memory-efficient way to create and animate any type of cloud sky ear impressive timelapse presentations.
Create complex and geometric patterns on object surfaces to create fences, panels and fabrics in an automated and memory-efficient manner.
V-Ray Dome Light Mode:
Refine scale and create depth in environments of projects when using the new V-Ray Dome Light Mode.
Create realistic relationships between elements in a scene by varying effects such as displacement or procedural fur based on proximity. This is how you design a walkable path through a lawn or form dark spots under downspouts.
Better translucent materials:
With V-Ray material’s improved “subsurface scattering mode,” you render translucent materials such as glass faster.
The new Thin Film option makes it easy to create iridescent (rainbow-colored) materials, such as soap bubbles and oil stains.
More accurate reflections:
Thanks to a new energy conservation technique, you now render metals and rough reflective materials more neatly in V-Ray.
Improved dirt texture:
Place more accurate dirt with by adding or excluding objects.
With asset tags, you can now group assets. Use the new tag system in the Asset Editor to improve the organization of scenes in complex projects.
Wider color palette:
Utilize a wider color palette to perform renders with industry-standard ACEScg color coding.
You can pause and resume renders at any time.
V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and Rhino available now
Which new updates are you most excited about? Order the new V-Ray for SketchUp and Rhino now in our webshop.
Attention! V-Ray’s licensing forms have changed. You can now choose a Solo, Premium, or Enterprise license. With each license, you get access to all V-Rays (for 3ds Max, Maya, SketchUp, Rhino, Revit, Cinema 4D, Unreal, Houdini and Nuke). Read more about the new V-Ray licensing structure here.