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I think this release is much more polished than the first one. Plus, you now finally have the ability to render section cut views. New Features: Vray for sketchup lighting tutorial. V-Ray for SketchUp - How to use HDRI and sun settings - tutorial. sIBL Archive. Installation Each thumbnail links directly to an archived sIBL-set.
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