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I've been doing 3D models for the remodeling company I work for for a while now, but I've only recently started looking into rendering programs to produce really high-quality scenes.

I was using V-Ray for SketchUp 2015, but they stopped supporting SketchUp in 2016 and 2017. Any recommendations on the best or your favorite renderers for SketchUp 2017 specifically?
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im looking at thea right now. not bad looking,impressive results all around
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>>551746
Among the dozens of renderers I found, Thea was definitely one of the most impressive looking to me, too. I just don't really know how to judge different products against one another besides their sample scenes. Before I spend several hundred bucks. haha
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>>551772
im sure there are free sketchup renders that can get the job done as well.

the thing is, you don't want a broken plugin in the middle of a paid job
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Bump. Nobody renderings in SketchUp?
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>>552719
i did but then i upgraded from 2015 to 2017 and got the vray beta and decided it was time to learn something else
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>>552766
What did you go with?
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Personally I still use Kerkythea, it's pretty lightweight and does its job. I basically only use sketchup renders for basic ambient occlusion passes anyway, I do everything else in photoshop.
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Maxwell Render. Physics based, non of the artificial tweaking that you have to do in other renderes.




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