New Download for SketchUp 2014
With IRender nXt, you can quickly and easily turn your designs into superior images. It is the perfect tool for architects, interior designers, landscape designers, set designers and others needing presentation quality images to showcase their designs. IRender nXt optimizes your workflow by saving your settings inside the SketchUp model and allows post-render updates without starting over.
Features of IRender nXt:
- Seamless integration with SketchUp.
- Fine-tuned lighting, transparency, reflection, highlights and HDRi backgrounds.
- Render at any resolution or render quality desired; multiple export formats.
- Post-processing capabilities that include batch rendering, image filters and other real-time effects.
- Value-priced single, multi-seat and unlimited licenses.
Try a fully-functional trial version free for 30 days. Visit the Render Plus Systems website learn more about how to put IRender nXt to work for you.
IRender nXt is compatible with the latest version of SketchUp. You will need to install the latest version of IRender nXt to use it with the latest version of SketchUp. If you license is more that 12 months old, you will need to renew you license to use IRender nXt after a new 30-day trial period with the latest version of SketchUp
Rendering with SketchUp using IRender nXt
IRender nXt is a powerful plugin for rendering high-resolution images right inside SketchUp. IRender nXt is fully-integrated with Sketch Up materials, lighting and components for complete control of interior, exterior, daytime or night-time scenes.
Top-quality rendering software doesn't have to be expensive. IRender nXt is professional, ray-tracing renderer that Sketch Up users can afford. A single seat license is just $499 USD and can be installed on both your laptop and desktop.
Easy To Use
With IRender nXt you can quickly and easily turn your Sketch Up designs into beautifully rendered images. Add interior and exterior lighting, control shadows, reflections and transparency. If you can design it in Sketch Up, you can render it with IRender nxt.