Here’s everything you need to know — including what to do Nex
We're writing this post in order to let you know that support for V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp will cease on February 5, 2019.
After that date you will:
not have on-demand access to V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp builds
no longer have assisted technical support from Chaos Group
receive no software updates
not be eligible for upgrade to V-Ray Next for SketchUp.
….so what’s Next?
There are two great choices you can make:
With this option, you'll keep your access to Chaos Group's technical support and you can purchase an upgrade to V-Ray Next for SketchUp when needed. Please contact us for additional information on pricing and assistance in choosing the best migration option.
Switch to an Annual License of V-Ray for SketchUp , the subscription model is packed with benefits.
You can now easily add realistic details such as stickers, labels, cracks, stains, and scratches to any surface in just a few clicks. Create detailed geometric surfaces for stunning close-up shots, or just the right sky for their environment in no time. Thake HDRI renders to the next level with more control over the V-Ray Dome Light with the new finite mode.
With the new release of Bluebeam Revu 21 Bluebeam is transitioning to a subscription - based business model. All subscription packages include the next major version of Bluebeam Desktop (Revu 21), Bluebeam Cloud (web & mobile) solutions, as well as services designed to boost productivity.