New KeyShot Plugin Update for Rhino 4 and 5

by | Dec 23, 2013 | 0 comments

Image: Simon Williamson – modeled in Rhino 5 and rendered in KeyShot. See all the version and more of Simon’s creations here.

Happy Holidays! Happy Holidays indeed. We’ve got a fresh Rhino plugin ready for you to download and install on this Christmas holiday week. This plugin update is for KeyShot 4 supporting Rhino 4 and 5. In this update the plugin now reads all camera information from the Rhino file allowing you to transfer that information directly to KeyShot with a click of the button in the Rhino interface. These cameras are stored under the camera tab as saved cameras.

As in the previous version of the plugin, you still have KeyShot LiveLinking and the ability to continue working on your model, sending those changes to KeyShot without loosing any of the work you have already completed in KeyShot–all materials, animations and settings remain while model changes and new camera views are added and/or updated. The new plugins are available from the KeyShot plugins page where you can download Rhino plugins for both KeyShot 4 and KeyShot 5.

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