How to design a façade of a building with sketchup and v-ray 3.4

This is an exclusive online presentation for sketchup professionals.

In this sketchup video, one can learn how to create the design of the façade of a building with sketchup and v-ray. The model is created with sketchup and rendering work is done by v-ray 3.4 through v-ray frame buffer. The video will continue for 47 minutes.

The V-Ray Frame Buffer belongs to a display window for V-Ray renderings that comprises of a number of V-Ray-specific features. The V-Ray Frame Buffer contains the following exclusive features:

  1. Interchanges among render components through a dropdown of all render elements
    b. Maintains the image in full 32-bit floating point format
    c. Accomplishes Color Corrections on the rendered image
    d. Facilitates the users to select the order in which the buckets are rendered
    e. Can preserve a list of recently rendered images and interchanges among them or compare them
    f. Employs normal Lens Effects to the rendered image
  2. Automate the process for modifying render resolution while the VFB window is resized with V-Ray RT ActiveShade and V-Ray IPR
    h. The capability for loading progressive resumable files (.vrprog ) and the V-Ray .vrimg file format.

To utilize the V-Ray Frame Buffer for rendering, activate the Enable built-in frame buffer option in the Frame buffer rollout under the V-Ray tab in the Render Setup window.

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Published By
Arka Roy
http://www.sketchup4architect.com
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