Our list of fully integrated plug-ins has been growing steadily over the past year, and today we are proud to announce the OctaneRender for SketchUp plug-in that is being developed by fuzzybro (Vladimir Shumskiy). SketchUp users will soon be able to experience the incredible speed and quality of OctaneRender from inside SketchUp, allowing an instantaneous photoreal preview of the scene while editing cameras, lights, materials and objects in the scene.
As the OctaneRender for SketchUp integrated plug-in is nearing the beta phase and will be released in a few weeks as a beta product, we would like to set up a small group of experienced SketchUp users to help us test the new plugin product before we release it.
To participate in the closed beta, you need a copy of SketchUp and have extensive experience with using the software. You will also need to be prepared to invest a reasonable amount of time into testing the plug-in and reporting issues and bugs to the plug-in developer. Participants will have to sign a non-disclosure agreement prior to becoming part of the beta group.
If you think you have what it takes and would like to participate, please reply to this thread and introduce yourself by showing some of your SketchUp work.
We will pick the participants once we have enough applicants. In return for your help in testing the new product, you will receive a free copy/license of the plug-in, which you can keep when the beta testing period is over.
the OTOY NZ team