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How to Install and Use V-Ray for SketchUp 2014
V-Ray for SketchUp 2014 is a powerful rendering software that combines real-time and photorealistic rendering in SketchUp. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, V-Ray for SketchUp 2014 has all the tools you need to create stunning architectural renders and animations. In this article, we will show you how to install and use V-Ray for SketchUp 2014 in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download and Install V-Ray for SketchUp 2014
To get started, you need to download and install the V-Ray for SketchUp 2014 extension. You can download the Common Installer from the "My Products" page for your account[^1^]. Before installing V-Ray, make sure your system fulfills these requirements[^1^]:
Processor: Intel* 64, AMD64 or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support
RAM: Minimum 8 GB RAM, recommended 16 GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: minimum 2GB, recommended 12GB (includes additional downloadable content)
TCP/IP: Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported
Operating System: Windows 10, Windows 11
SketchUp: SketchUp 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
GPU Support: Maxwell-, Pascal-, Volta-, Turing- and Ampere- based NVIDIA card with latest recommended video driverV-Ray Vision requires a Graphics card with DirectX 11 or DirectX 12 and Shader Model 5.0 capabilities.
Note: V-Ray is only supported for 64-bit operating systems and 64-bit version of SketchUp[^1^].
After the download completes, locate the installer and double-click to launch. Please review the license agreement and click Next for your installation options. When prompted, select the version of SketchUp you are using. Select Install to use the default installation options. Select Advanced to specify if you want to install Chaos Swarm and licensing options. V-Ray for SketchUp requires the Local option for licensing[^1^]. After installation you'll see options to open the release notes file or share anonymous data with Chaos Group. Click Done to close the installer.
Step 2: Launch SketchUp and Sign in with Trimble ID
Launch SketchUp. A V-Ray for SketchUp Studio page will appear. Click Sign in with Trimble and enter your Trimble ID and password[^1^]. This will activate your license and allow you to use V-Ray for SketchUp.
Step 3: Explore V-Ray Toolbar and Panels
V-Ray adds a toolbar and several panels to SketchUp's interface. The toolbar contains buttons for accessing the most common features of V-Ray, such as rendering modes, asset editor, light editor, material editor, camera settings, etc[^2^]. The panels provide more options and settings for controlling various aspects of V-Ray, such as render output, environment, global illumination, render elements, etc[^2^]. You can customize the toolbar and panels by right-clicking on them and choosing which buttons or tabs you want to see.
Step 4: Set Up Your Scene and Render Settings
V-Ray for SketchUp allows you to render your scene in different modes: Interactive (for real-time feedback), Production (for high-quality output), GPU (for faster rendering using your graphics card), or V-Ray Vision (for immersive VR experience)[^2^]. You can switch between these modes using the buttons on the toolbar or the dropdown menu on the asset editor. You can also adjust various render settings using the asset editor or the panels, such as resolution, quality, exposure, camera type, etc[^2^]. For more details on how to set up your scene and render settings, please refer to the official documentation[^2^] or watch some tutorials[^3^].
Step 5: Start Rendering and Enjoy!
Once you are happy with your scene and render settings, you can start rendering by clicking on the Render button on the toolbar or pressing 061ffe29dd