I’m new to Rhino so perhaps I’m missing something fairly obvious, but I’d like to use the cycles Render in Rhino, but that option is unavailable under the rendering pane for “Current Renderer” options.
My Rhino version is:
Version 6 SR6
Is the Rhino Render option actually just cycles under the hood?
Do I need a plugin to access cycles? I was reading that during the WIP builds that is how it was available. Do I need to enable a setting somewhere?
This is where I’m checking, and there is no cycles renderer available. I’ve read that the “Raytraced” option in the viewport is now Cycles, but I’d like to access other options such as Global Illumination.
Is this possible?
Cycles is available as the Raytraced viewport mode. The search function of this forum should yield more info regarding this. There is a test plug-in call rhino-render-next you can search for on the forum (and no doubt other users can help with pasting the relevant links into this thread)
Global illumination for Raytraced is controlled with the skylight.
It is on by default in new Rhino6 documents, as part of the environment. So if you want to update a V5 file then either reset the render settings (to update the environment to v6 style) or import a V5 file rather than open it.
yeah… that happens all the time with materials but I haven’t seen it with environments. The whole v5 -> v6 thing is a bit wip still… Anyway, just run Purge and see if that helps. Or open the V5 file and reset the environment from the rendering tab.