V-Ray 8.18 [sky]

“Adding the V-Ray Sky”


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  1. In a Rhinoceros document, open the V-Ray Options using the V-Ray tool bar.[premium content]
  2. Navigate to the Environment rollout.
  3. Click on the “m” next to “GI (Skylight)” (shown in red below).[premium content]
  4. In the V-Ray Texture Editor window that appears, select “Sky” as the type under the “Common” section (shown as a red oval below).[premium content]
  5. Under the Sun section, Select the sun you created (Follow V-Ray 8.17 to create a sun) by clicking the button next to “Sun-light source.” (red rectangle above)
  6. In the Environment rollout of the V-Ray options, click on the “m” next to “Background” (shown in red under step 3).
  7. In the V-Ray Texture Editor window that appears, select “Sky” as the type under the “Common” section (shown as a red oval above).
  8. Under the Sun section, Select the sun you created (Follow V-Ray 8.17 to create a sun) by clicking the button next to “Sun-light source.” (shown in a red rectangle above)

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