How to use IRender nXt for adding haze & blur after rendering your sketchup model

This is another useful presentation from DutchSims4Master. In this sketchup tutorial video, one can learn how to apply IRender nXt to include blur or haze to your sketchup model once the rendering is completed for your image.

Haze is one time of atmospheric effects which are used to include realism to your rendering works. Haze is generally added to exterior renders. In order to produce haze, it is necessary to mask an extra layer to give various effects like mist, fog, vapor over the images.

IRender nXt contains depth Blur. It is accomplished as a Post-Processing edit, as soon as the rendering is finished, in the nXt Image Editor. It is possible to blur the foreground (rendered image), background, or both.

The most updated version is IRender nXt 7.0. IRender nXt 7.0 highlights SketchUp Renderings with Option Styles, View Wizard, ArchVision RPCs etc.

IRender nXt is an effective plugin for rendering superior quality images with high resolution right inside SketchUp. IRender nXt completely supports Sketch Up materials, lighting, and components to perform rendering interior, exterior, daytime or night-time scenes efficiently.

IRender nXt 7.0 simplify the process for designers to generate render-ready SketchUp models and instantly adjust render settings by providing light sources, reflective properties, translucency, refraction and other rendering features.

Version 7.0 can significantly enhance the rendering workflow with user-friendly controls for render settings. IRender nXt 7.0 is specifically designed to facilitate the designers to create excellent renderings in a quickest possible way.

To get the complete features of IRender nXt 7.0, visit the following link


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