Raylectron has the ability to easily render 3D models made in Google Sketchup into a photo-realistic image.
Raylectron provide the user with four different rendering modes. Depending on the scene being rendered, one can use ray-tracing with true shadows, path-tracing with or without direct illumination and photon-mapping, each creating a unique effect. Raylectron already contain just about all the settings to fine tune the output, therefore, no further processing by other software is required. Raylectron does not need any editing by other graphic software (such as Photoshop) to produce photorealistic renders.
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