General questions about Indigo, the scene format, rendering etc...
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ErichBoehm wrote: ↑
Wed May 16, 2018 5:41 am
There are are many industrial design firms here in Silicon Valley that would love to use Indigo in their offices.
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My idea as far as a "scene" file was to function more like a continuous session. So, say you nailed down the perfect camera setting in Indigo, but then noticed that you had to make a change in say Sketchup (I know, I am biased.) Indigo would recognize that you are still working on the same project and then will give you the option to bring back those previously discovered perfect settings without having to load any files. This scene file would save render progress as well, so hat if you were to switch to a different project and return later, you could pick up where you left off with a single click instead of loading multiple files.
I wonder if the light layers could be somehow linked to the emitter section of the online database or maybe a an online collection of IES lights. Just some food for thought.
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