KeyShot Quick Tip: Using KeyShot Plugins

by | Jan 24, 2013 | 0 comments

You could cover your entire upper body in a tattoo that pits the 20+ 3D file formats supported by KeyShot against mermaids and sea dragons–You could do that (and you would probably get a free license of KeyShot Pro)– or you could just rest easy knowing that you have all those options. (See the full list here.) We also have a few plugins that make sending your 3D data a click, right from the toolbar of your 3D modeling application. We have plugins available for 3ds Max, Creo, Pro/ENGINEER, Rhino, SolidWorks and SketchUp that can all be downloaded for free from the KeyShot plugins page. They’re simple to install and allow us to extend the functionality of what’s possible… like bringing in Creo Mechanisms or creating a Live Link between the 3D software and KeyShot. This KeyShot Quick Tip shows you how to install them and the advantages the KeyShot plugins have.

Using KeyShot Plugins

You can see all of the KeyShot Tutorials, Quick Tips and Webinars in the KeyShot Learning section. Have a look and if you’re wondering about how to do something in KeyShot, let us know in the comments!

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