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V-Ray for SketchUp (Mac) 30 Day Demo
SketchUp users in all fields depend on V-Ray as a quick, easy and cost-efficient
way to render their most cutting-edge images. Developed with Chaos Group, V-Ray
for SketchUp works with Google SketchUp, one of the most popular 3D modeling
tools available today. V-Ray for SketchUp works with Windows XP, Vista and Mac
SketchUp is one of the most widely used and easy to learn 3D Modeling software
on the market today. With V-Ray for SketchUp users now have one of the most
powerful rendering tools available to visualize their models with the upmost
quality and realism. V-Ray works within the SketchUp environment allowing users
to be able to efficiently incorporate the task of rendering within their current
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V-Ray 3 for SketchUp is here and includes a new User Interface, Denoiser, Clipper,
SketchUp 2017 support and more!
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|Skatter for SketchUp
Skatter for SketchUp
Rendering by Brice Desportes
The Smart SketchUp Plugin For Scattering
Populate your scenes with UNLIMITED Vegetation with TOTAL CONTROL all while
SAVING TIME and never leave SKETCHUP!
Skatter is Your Best
From small carpets in a living room to large scale forests, Skatter is designed
to help you achieve the final look fast and easy.
Render Unlimited Amounts of Objects
Through its "Render only" feature, Skatter sends all the scattering information
directly to the render engines, bypassing Sketchup. That way, you keep a
lightweight and responsive file while still being able to render huge amounts of
Rendering by Mads Bjerre Olesen