Hi, I am currently using the free trial of V-ray for sketch to test the platform as I am new to it and I am trying to render a design I have done. I am still getting to grips with all of the tools and reading and watching as much as possible but when I open up my render in V-ray vision, the design is all distorted and appears completely washed out and multi-coloured. I have attached an example screenshot.
Does anyone have any advice on what this could be? When I open the render in frame buffer, it works perfectly fine.
Thanks in advance
How does the render look when you save it as a .png/.jpg/.tif/etc.?
Why are you using Vision and not the standard render engine? Looks like a graphics card error given the pixelation/patterning on the image.
I was watching the Sketchup tutorials and noticed this error. what Redner engine are you referring too?
Hi, This is the screen when I put it into V-Ray Frame Buffer. Does this help at all.
Which version of V-Ray are you using?
I am using the 30 day free trail.
Yes. Big difference. Vision is a ‘Real time’ renderer and not the same as a static ‘ray-trace’ renderer. V-Ray ‘static’ or default rendering option will be your best for quality and accuracy.
I teach two V-Ray courses on SketchUp Campus - check them out if you haven’t already. Note that the exterior course is a little different since it was record with Versions 4 and 5. Most of the techniques still hold up…the big change is moving materials from the Asset Editor to Cosmos (ie cloud).
That’s not the version, I guess you’re using the latest one, vray 6.
Does vray can render with gpu on MacOS?
The version that we are using is V-ray 6, but I am rendering on a MacBook Air which doesn’t have the greatest graphics card. Looking to upgrade my equipment in the near future.
No. You need a Nvidia chip for GPU. CPU only for Mac.