Render Plus Software - 2018 Version Release
IRender nXt, 3D Design Studio and ArielVision 2018 Features for SketchUp Rendering
Render Plus Software announces the release of IRender nXt, 3D Design Studio and ArielVision 2018 for SketchUp
IRender nXt, 3D Design Studio and ArielVision are powerful plugin's for rendering high-resolution images inside SketchUp. IRender nXt is fully-integrated with SketchUp materials, lighting, and components for complete control of interior, exterior, daytime or night-time scenes.
IRender nXt, 3D Design Studio and ArielVision 2018 make it easier for designers to build render-ready SketchUp models and quickly and easily fine-tune render settings by providing light sources, reflective properties, translucency, refraction and other rendering features.
Version 2018 is focused on improving the rendering workflow with easy to use render setting controls. IRender nXt, 3D Design Studio and ArielVision 2018 have been developed to help you make great renderings faster!
- Support for SketchUp 2018
Rendering Process Improvements
- Added the ability to select multiple scenes and configuration for each, and then render as a batch
Enhanced Lighting Selection and Placement
- Added new Tube light type and Render Ready tube light fixture
- Improved the new Light Balancer dialog features
- Added Load and Save styles to the Light Balancer dialog
- Added the ability to double click a light in the Render Ready dialog and simply drop it into a model
- Added the "Make the bulb invisible when rendering" feature to the Ceiling Lamp tab dialog but still have the lighting and reflection from the bulb visible in your rendering
Material Placement Enhancements
- Added filters to the Place Materials dialog to make finding types of materials easier, such as only showing illuminated materials
- Added the ability to load materials to the Ground Plane from SketchUp, the nXt Library, or disk
- Added 11 new Material Presets for a total of 20
Version 2018 Highlights
--- New 2018 Features and Improvements ---
|SketchUp 2018||We support SketchUp 2018.
Multi Scene Wizard
||Now you can select multiple scenes in your SketchUp model to render in a batch, instead of having to start each rendering individually. This way you can select multiple scenes and render over night and have them all rendered and saved into image files when you come into the office in the morning. In IRender nXt and 3D Design Studio you can configure and manage lighting rendering settings for each scene.|
Scene Selection and setup dialog
Multi Scene Wizard
||Now you can add tube lighting to your models. You can adjust the size and color of the tube light through the setting dialog. We have also add a light fixture with tube lighting into the lighting library to make it easy to add florescent lighting to your model.|
||Now you can setup your scene lighting and save and load multiple configurations to easily set scenes even if you need to go back and change something in the model.
||Now you can simply double-click on a Render Ready light and then place it in your model.
See: IRender Ready
Make Bulb Invisible
||You can now select to make a light bulb invisible, but have all the lighting and reflections from that light source visible. This supports some pretty creative lighting techniques for designers and artists to create just the right effect in their rendering.
See: Ceiling Light Tab
Filter Material Selection
||Quickly find materials by filtering on the name or attribute. You can filter by Edited, Illuminated, Reflective, Self Glow or Transparent.
See: Place Material
Load Ground Plane Materials
||Now you can load a material to the ground plane. This is a great way to quickly add grass, rocks, water or other landscaping material to your model. You can also adjust the materials color, texture, etc just like any other material to create the effects you want.
Select a material from all of the available materials.
See: Ground Plane
Material WizardExpand from 9 to 20 Material Presets
||Upgraded from 9 material reflection presets to 20. This enhancement makes it even easier to quickly adjust the material to look like plastic, wood varish, to water. You can use the preset directly or as a starting point and fine tune the settings to create the presentation you want.
See: Material Wizard