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RULES: Read this before posting
« on: July 18, 2012, 04:28:36 pm »
July 18, 2012, 04:28:36 pm
Welcome to the Finished projects board.

Here you can showcase the visualizations you have finished with Lumion.

You must register your license with the forum before posting your visualizations. Please follow the instructions in this Knowledge Base article to do so.

Submissions from un-licensed members using Lumion or Lumion Pro will be moved to the Quarantined forum threads until the license registration is completed.

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SUBMISSION RULES
Every post must contain the following information:

Subject line of your post:
What is your Lumion project about? (Harbour, hospital, museum etc)

Submission Content:
One or more, of images and/or videos from the project that showcases your use of Lumion.  These would primarily involve using Lumion to create the scene and do the rendering of images or video animations.

Also:
1) Describe the project (Who, what, where, why, how)
2) What Lumion product was used (Demo, Trial, Lumion, Lumion Pro, Educational), including the version (x.xx.xx)?
3) Which other software did you use for the project (Revit, SketchUp, 3DS Max, Photoshop)?
4) How long did it take you to prepare the scene in Lumion?
5) How long did it take to render each frame and which graphics card are you using?
6) Basic details of the PC - graphics card, CPU and RAM.

If you are still working on your project you should post it in the Work-in-progress section:
http://lumion3d.com/forum/work-in-progress/.

Showing the Video:
This forum supports embedding of YouTube and Vimeo videos.  You need to amend the URL and remove the 's' of the 'https' for it to show in the post.


Post Does not Work?
If you get an error message from posting to this Gallery it could be due to:
1. The forum is not able to accept some foreign text characters.
2. It is not possible to attach Poster or larger resolution renderings.  Please reduce the resolution to Print or smaller size instead.
3. Make sure that the file size is less than the maximum of 10MB per file or in total.


-The Lumion team