How to make VR 360′ render in Vray 3.4 for Sketchup 2017

In this video, we are going to learn how to make VR render in Vray 3.4 for Sketchup 2017 and how to upload it on Youtube.

Softwares: Vray 3.4 for Sketchup 2017


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Steps to make 360′ render

  1. Open Sketchup Model.
  2. Click V-ray Asset editor.
  3. Change Camera type to Spherical Panorama
  4. Keep resolution high.
  5. Add Denoiser element in render element.
  6. Click Render.
  7. Change RGB channel to Denoiser in top left corner of V-ray Frame Buffer.
  8. Save the image.
  9. Open the image in Photoshop to convert this into a video.
  10. Click Window and Click Timeline.
  11. Timeline window will open.
  12. Click Create video timeline.
  13. Set the time as per your wish.
  14. Click the arrow which is in bottom left corner of the box.
  15. Just rename don’t change any other things.
  16. Click Render.
  17. Download 360 metadata injector from Youtube help.
  18. Extract the Zip file.
  19. Open the Spatial media injector.
  20. Click open and select the video
  21. Click Inject metadata and save the file.
  22. Upload the injected file in Youtube.
  23. After Processing, the video will be in 360′ video format.
  24. That’s it.  Enjoy.


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