Christmas comes early for architects and designers

Enscape, which merged with Chaos early in 2022, released a bridge between their respective software that streamlines the workflow between Enscape and Chaos’ V-Ray.

Tristan Perona

At the beginning of this year, we saw Chaos, owners of the popular V-Ray renderer, merge with Enscape, producers of a real-time rendering solution. As a result, Chaos has possession of two renderers—Enscape’s fast, efficient, more limited renderer used by architects and designers who liked the speed, and the venerable V-Ray’s more robust, feature-rich offering that produces realistic renders. The problem being that Enscape data did not transfer to V-Ray. Now, problem solved, and the two plug-ins are officially connected. Just this month, Chaos launched V-Ray 6 for SketchUp, Rhino, and Revit, with compatibility to Enscape via the Chaos Bridge,

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