In this tutorial, we will learn how to check the version of v-Ray in SketchUp.
Step 1: Open SketchUp
First, open SketchUp on your computer.
Step 2: Open the Extensions Manager
To check the v-Ray version, go to the “Extensions” menu at the top of the SketchUp window. From the drop-down menu, select “Extension Manager.”
Step 3: Locate v-Ray in the Extensions Manager
In the Extension Manager window, you will find a list of all the installed extensions. Scroll through the list and locate “v-Ray.”
If you cannot find v-Ray in the list, it means that it is not installed on your computer. You can visit Chaos Group’s website to download and install v-Ray for SketchUp.
Step 4: Check v-Ray Version
To check the version of v-Ray, click on “v-Ray” in the Extension Manager. This will display detailed information about v-Ray on the right side of the window.
- Extension Name: The name of the extension (v-Ray).
- Version: The version number of v-Ray (e.g., 3.6.0).
- Description: A brief description of what v-Ray does.
- Contact: Contact information for support or inquiries.
The version number may vary depending on which version of v-Ray you have installed on your computer.
Step 5: Close Extension Manager
After you have checked the v-Ray version, you can close the Extension Manager window by clicking the “Close” button.
In this tutorial, we learned how to check the version of v-Ray in SketchUp. By following these simple steps, you can easily find out which version of v-Ray is installed on your computer. This information is helpful for troubleshooting issues and ensuring compatibility with other plugins or extensions.
Now that you know how to check the v-Ray version, you can stay up to date with the latest features and improvements offered by Chaos Group.