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I tried it as an external material under diffuse and phong and I get this error. I saved the material and opened it in a text editor and this is it- <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <scenedata> <material> <name>Color_C01</name> <phong> <texture> <uv_set>default</uv_set> <path>beijing.exr</path...
everything seems to be working fine Whaat, except the dialog boxes are coming up at a smaller size than the window, causing scroll bars on the sides. also, is there a possibility to add .exr as a material option? I know that Indigo has it, and I know that sketchup wouldn't let you add it in, but may...
Well, I just completed 12 external arch renders with the last stable releases of Indigo and Skindigo and it worked fine. So, unless you need displacement mapping and the light laters thing, you could always use the those releases.
- Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:33 pm
- Forum: Indigo News and Announcements
- Topic: Indigo on OS X, New Gui and beta test group
- Replies: 139
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!!!!!!! I didn't think this would ever happen and I would be limited to only rendering at work!! Now I can waste time rendering and drinking beer at the same time at home on my shiny new iMac, hooray, this makes me a happy man. what about exporters though? hmmm, Whaat, you out there? Oh man, I'll be...
- Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:56 am
- Forum: SketchUp
- Topic: Should SkIndigo support the Kerkythea file format?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 3849
I, of course as an indigo user, would much rather see the next stable version of Skindigo and a good tut to go with it. Especially as far as uv sets.