I am new today to rendering, which I'm using to see how some light fixtures I modeled perform. Twighlight saves in demo are limited to 800x600, quite small, and partially covered with the brand stamp. Why is it called 'free'?
It is the demoversion. So you can try everything. I've did it like that and I've bought the full version. It's not too expensive and worth every penny!
Thank you. I really don't have the time to render... I just wanted to add some light sources to some fixtures I've designed and was misled by the assertions here that it was free. The spreadsheet needs to be corrected. I'll try LuxRender.
and also renderin @ http://www.renderin.com
still so much to learn..
How can you claim to have put together a list of Rendering solutions for SketchUp, and have completely left out both ArielVision and IRender nXt?
This thread started out with a list of rendering engines, and many people have suggested ones which were left out. Perhaps you should add all of them to your spreadsheet.
The old SuWiki - (SketchUp Wiki) has been merged into the SketchUp Sage Site, The SketchUp Sage site is a Google Docs site with various authors contributing information.
They list a number of Rendering Engines for SketchUp on this page:
Perhaps that would be the place to host a collaborative spread sheet of rendering engines.
I just went through the entire list on the first page and about 1/3 of the links are broken.
It's a busy market some probably just stopped development.
I'm a Trimbler now!
I need to remember where this sticky page is located. I will definitely bookmark it this time around. Somehow I thought to look first in Resources, but I can see the obvious connection to Gallery.
I take the slow, deliberate approach in my aimless wandering.
contact us is broken and Brighter3D should be added.
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