Linh Nguyen

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There are many potential problems when it comes to rendering. Software and Computer crashes can happen at any time and sometimes without warning. And it always seems it will happen when you have either not saved your work or you have an urgent deadline to meet. These crashes could be computer-related and multiple applications will crash at the same time causing massive headaches. You must have often noticed that whenever you have a heavy rendering process, Keyshot suddenly crashes. But what are the reasons behind the sudden crash of Keyshot and how to fix it?
16 Oct 2021

Tips To Make a Wonderful Scene Without Crashing in Keyshot

There are many potential problems when it comes to rendering. Software and Computer crashes can happen at any time and…

KeyShot brings you real-time 3D rendering that displays results instantly and reduces the time to create realistic product visuals. KeyShot is trusted by brands around the world for its speed, ease of use, scientifically accurate materials, and advanced material editing capabilities. In Blog's Today, we will explore CPU and GPU rendering performance.
09 Oct 2021

Rendering in Keyshot: CPU and GPU rendering performance with iRender

KeyShot brings you real-time 3D rendering that displays results instantly and reduces the time to create realistic product visuals. KeyShot…

Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, and video editing. As a community-driven project under the GNU General Public License (GPL), the public is empowered to make small and large changes to the code base, which leads to new features, responsive bug fixes, and better usability. In Blog's Today, we will talk about some of the best Blender addons for simulation and visual effects that artists can use to save time and take their work to the next level.
09 Oct 2021

The Greatest Blender Addons for Simulation and Visual Effects

Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation,…

As you are reading this article, you are probably already learning or using Blender. But have you ever wondered why learning 3D with Blender is attractive in the middle of a forest of other famous 3D graphics software? Blender is a free 3D design software with a diversity of functions and plugins, backed by many big artists and companies behind. Blender is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL, or “free software”). In the scope of this article today, iRender will help you evaluate the aspects between Cycles and Eevee. It’s tempting to think of features as a checklist (ambient occlusion, refraction, etc.…), see that they are present in both engines, and assume that they are both capable of the same things. However, because of their differences in rendering methods, Eevee renders can get convincingly close to Cycles in many areas.
01 Oct 2021

Differences between Cycles vs Eevee in Blender 2.8

As you are reading this article, you are probably already learning or using Blender. But have you ever wondered why…

Enscape provides its own native Material Editor that can be used in conjunction with the already powerful native Revit Material Editor. Although, there are some limitations in regards to Revit Project Materials that have an Appearance other than Generic. Also, please be aware that Enscape now also provides a Material Library with pre-built PBR materials that can be imported into the Enscape Material Editor. This is currently the only way to bring in materials into the Material Editor without first creating the material in the native Revit Material Editor.
25 Sep 2021

Materials in Revit – Enscape with iRender Cloud Rendering

Enscape provides its own native Material Editor that can be used in conjunction with the already powerful native Revit Material…

The creative possibilities in Blender are endless, and diving into new projects is a lot of fun. Unfortunately there are also those annoying technical issues and tasks which take so much time to manage, when you’d rather be focusing your attention on the piece you are creating. The difference between a boring image and an outstanding image can often just come down to the lighting. But lighting is such a complex and rarely discussed topic, that a lot of artists are left to just guesswork. But do not worry. Our today’s article will share some of the common mistakes in lighting, and share with you some tips for better lighting in Blender.
25 Sep 2021

Tips for Better Lighting in Blender with iRender

The creative possibilities in Blender are endless, and diving into new projects is a lot of fun. Unfortunately there are…

Enscape is a game-engine style rendering engine that has plugins available for Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, and ArchiCAD. It is a proprietary, simple program that allows you to view your models. Although it is very easy to use, it lacks the functionality and flexibility that other tools such as Blender’s Eevee (extremely powerful, free, and open-source), Unity (offers free versions), and Unreal Engine allow. One of the functions that Enscape has is the ability to set camera keyframes and export a short animation of your building model. However, Enscape does have an option to export out an XML file saving the camera positions.
18 Sep 2021

How to composite Enscape animations with Blender

Enscape is a game-engine style rendering engine that has plugins available for Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, and ArchiCAD. It is a…

In Blog's Today, we will show you how to export a scene from Sequencer as an FBX file and make alterations to that file inside a third-party application like 3Ds Max or Maya. Once satisfied with your changes, you can then import the FBX file back into your Sequencer scene in Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) along with your updated changes.
11 Sep 2021

Exporting and Importing FBX files from Sequencer in Unreal Engine 4 with iRender

In Blog’s Today, we will show you how to export a scene from Sequencer as an FBX file and make…

The quickest and easiest way to open and start working with lights in Rhino is to type ‘Lights‘ in the Rhino command line, after which Rhino’s Lights panel will open. You can also open the Lights panel in Rhino via the Rhino Panels menu. The Lights panel opens with two default lights already listed. These are the Sun and Skylight. To place an artificial light in Rhino, click the + sign near the bottom of the Rhino Lights window and a menu will appear that lists all the different types of lights available in Rhino. Not all of these lights listed are supported by Enscape however.The last thing of note is that currently Enscape is not supporting IES Lighting in Rhino.
11 Sep 2021

Lighting in Rhino and Enscape with iRender

The quickest and easiest way to open and start working with lights in Rhino is to type ‘Lights‘ in the…

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