What is it?
KeyShot Viewer is a free, stand-alone, touch-enabled, desktop application for Mac and Windows that enables KeyShot scenes to be securely shared with anyone for interactive viewing, presentation and configuration. KeyShot Viewer uses the same CPU-powered ray-tracing render engine as KeyShot to produce amazing photo-realistic visuals in real-time.
How it Works.
Saving for KeyShot Viewer
KeyShot Viewer enables you to share a scene with someone who doesn't have KeyShot. You can share regular scenes, as well as Configurator scenes. The viewer can open regular KSP files, but you can also Save For KeyShot Viewer, which will allow you to password protect the scene and/or add logo and watermark overlays to the scene.
Downloading, Installing, and Opening Files
KeyShot Viewer can be downloaded at keyshot.com/viewer by entering your name and email address. Once KeyShot Viewer is installed you will be able to open any KeyShot Package file (.ksp) to interact with the scene.
When KeyShot Viewer is launched you will be prompted with a splash screen where you can browse to open a file, take a tour, run benchmark mode, select from those recently opened, or open a demo scene.
You can also open .ksp files by dragging and dropping onto the splash screen, into the KeyShot Viewer application window, or by the file menu if a scene is currently open.
The file menu is accessible when the application is in a windowed state, which can be reached from full-screen presentation mode by pressing the Esc key or clicking the exit icon. To enter full-screen presentation mode again, maximize the window or click the presentation mode icon.
KeyShot viewer comes with several demo scenes. Additional configurator scenes can be found here.
KeyShot Viewer splash screen.