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V-Ray for SketchUp offers a number of lights essential for a good render. Whether you are preparing an interior or exterior scene, you can find the appropriate lighting options in the V-Ray toolbar or in the Asset Editor.

Depending on the scene and the effect you are trying to create with light, you might choose to use only one type of light or any combination of lights.

Below you can find detailed information on creation, application, and UI functionalities of the different V-Ray lights.

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||V-Ray Asset Editor|| > Lights (right-click)

||V-Ray Asset Editor|| > Create Asset (left-click) > Lights

 

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||V-Ray Lights Toolbar|| > V-Ray Lights

 

 

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||Extensions|| > V-Ray > Lights

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