Sneak Peak of Twilight Render 2.0 with faster rendering process
Twilight Render 2.0, the most updated version of twilight render, a photo-realistic rendering plugin for sketchup, is waiting to be released soon. This speed of the newest version is increased upto 25-50% based on render settings & scene.
Twilight Render 2.0 contains some advanced features with new methods to render, new materials, new tools etc. which will improve the workflow of hobbyists & 3d professionals significantly.
If any user buy a licence for version 2.0, he/she can upgrade to all the new features of version 2 in every release at free of cost.
Twilight Render 2.0 contains the following new and exciting features:-
- Faster render (50%) can be performed with state-of-the-art Kerkythea rendering at back-end.
- Rendering viewpoint will be automatically updated with new exploration rendering to fit in your sketchup camera. All modifications to any materials, lighting, and environment will be automatically updated in realtime.
- New post processing tools will facilitate the sketchup users to peform more within sketchup and get superior control over their final output.
- New material templates along with Perfect Reflection, Translucent, and Car Paint will add more suppleness and pragmatism. The application & adjustment of materials will be easier with new material template.
- New deep material editor will empower the users to have full control and unmatched flexibility over their materials. The users can now import all their Kerkythea library materials and edit them directly in SketchUp.
- The users can now enjoy section plane rendering by capturing numerous sections within and outer of components to have the unseen details of their scene.
- Support for proxies that include in-scene and external model proxies. One can make a forest, high-detail light fixtures can be integrated with design, create a complete city scape with numerous entities devoid of hampering the functionality of sketchup. Each proxy is scalable and rotatable separately.
- Apply an animated GIF or numbered image sequence to any part of the render process. While rendering an animation, every frame of the animated GIF, will be applied in sequence in due course with your animated render.