What’s new in Luxion’s Keyshot 11.2?

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Do you want to make the most of your 3D rendering and animation projects? Look no further than Luxion’s latest release, KeyShot 11.2! This version offers a range of powerful new features that allow users to create stunning visuals with ease. Let’s explore what makes KeyShot 11.2 stand out from the crowd.

Multi-Instance Rendering

KeyShot 11.2 allows for multi-instance rendering, which means multiple instances of KeyShot can be run on the same machine at the same time for increased performance. This feature is especially useful for large projects or when animating complex models, as it greatly increases render speed by taking advantage of all available resources on a single machine. Additionally, each instance can be fully customized so that each one is tailored to a specific task or project.

Added GPU Rendering Support

KeyShot 11.2 has added GPU rendering support, allowing users to take full advantage of their hardware and speed up their workflow even further. With this feature enabled, users can leverage powerful GPUs to render scenes faster than ever before while still maintaining high levels of image quality and accuracy. While this feature will work best with Nvidia RTX cards, other supported GPUs include NVIDIA GTX 1060 5GB or higher and AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100 8GB or higher (as well as select Quadro cards).

New Animation Tools

Animation tools have also been improved in KeyShot 11.2 with the addition of an auto-keyframe system that intelligently manages keyframes based on user input, making animation easier than ever before and eliminating much of the tedious work associated with creating animations from scratch. Additionally, motion blur settings have been updated so that they are now fully configurable for both camera and object motion blur effects, giving users more control over their animations and providing a more realistic look overall. Finally, an improved particle engine allows for greater control over particle effects such as fire or smoke without sacrificing realism or accuracy in the end result.


KeyShot 11.2 is packed with powerful new features that make it easier than ever to create stunning visuals quickly and efficiently while still ensuring they maintain high levels of quality and accuracy throughout the process. From multi-instance rendering to GPU support to improved animation tools, there’s something here for everyone—no matter how experienced you are! If you’re looking for a tool that will help you make the most out of your 3D renders and animations projects then look no further than Luxion’s KeyShot 11.2!

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