Introducing KeyShot 6 - Amazing visulas, Even Faster!
KeyShot 6 brings even more speed and simplicity to creating high-quality visuals. Experience a completely optimized workflow with faster lighting capabilities and expanded material features with the new KeyShot Material Graph. Advanced tools enable scripting and geometry editing, allowing you to do more in KeyShot to create amazing shots even faster.
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Improved Workflow Efficiency
Rendering has always been fast and easy with KeyShot. KeyShot 6 continues the focus on making your workflow even smoother. From import to final render these features will have you creating visuals faster than ever before.
KeyShot 6 comes with six new lighting modes powered by an all new lighting algorithm. Set or adjust scene lighting optimized for interiors or product shots. Switch to performance mode or use your own custom preset with the click of a button.
Real-time Region Render
KeyShot Pro users can now render any region of their scene in real-time. Only the region enclosed by the bounding box in the Real-time view will be rendered.
Save Scene Sets
The ability to save active Scene Sets allows them to be easily share with users of KeyShot HD who need access to a scene created with KeyShot Pro.
Render still images and animation frames as PSD and PSD 32 Bit format with passes and layers included as individual Photoshop layers in the file.
Greater Material Control
With KeyShot’s scientifically accurate materials, it’s easy to get the look you want. KeyShot 6 brings you even greater control over materials with advanced editing capabilities and many more materials options to expand your material and texture possibilities.
Material editing is now more robust than ever before with the KeyShot 6 Material Graph. The Material Graph opens in a separate window and displays materials, textures, labels and more as nodes in a graph view to visualize connections and relationships within complex materials.
Materials on Labels
Materials and textures can now be applied to labels to enhance appearance and realism for a more accurate communication of their properties.
Color and Number Fade animations now make it possible to quickly adjust material colors or settings, change materials opacity or fade lights.
A new procedural texture for the addition of proximity-based shading on a material used to accentuate the self shadows cast on a material.
Amazing New Capabilities
When you want your workflow to be more about creating, the new capabilities in KeyShot 6 offer incredible ways to cut away those time-consuming steps, automate your tasks and completely eliminate post-processing steps.
KeyShot 6 introduces an entirely new way to setup a scene with the new Geometry View. This highly responsive secondary real-time view provides an additional camera viewpoint, 1:1 animation playback, camera path animation control and more.
The Geometry Editor brings the freedom of splitting surfaces, calculating vertex normals, separating individual surfaces and closing open boundaries.
Share, save and automate. KeyShot Scripting allows you to unleash the possibilities of KeyShot functionality using Python scripts.
A new Shift Lens allows you to adjust the verticals in a scene with the click of a button, making architectural shots and interior set-up a breeze.
Powerful Feature Enhancements
With KeyShot 6 you have more power with unlimited resolutions for KeyShot HD and KeyShot Animation included with KeyShot Pro. New Animation and KeyShotVR features allow you to create visuals and present them like never before.
Camera Path Animation
New in KeyShot 6 is the ability to add Camera Path Animations for smoother, more dynamic camera movements and more control over your camera.
New, free plugins bring more advanced support and LiveLinking capabilities to Maya, 3ds Max and Cinema 4D.
Preserve Image Quality
Pinch and zoom a KeyShotVR and preserve the image quality for amazing detail in your interactive website and mobile visuals.
In KeyShot 6 you can now create panoramic camera animations simply and easily using the camera itself as the center of rotational viewing.