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Title: Use AVI/MPG as a texture in scene
Post by: mlabell on August 24, 2012, 02:59:51 pm
I am trying to insert a movie as a texture in my scene to simulate a video on a TV in the building lobby.  I know that this can be done in 3ds max and Cinema with relative ease but I have not figured out a way to do it in Lumion. 

I have tried to export the object with the texture from 3ds Max multiple ways but the export does not allow the avi texture to be exported.  I am unsure about Cinema since I dont have we dont own a license.

Thanks for any advice.
Title: Re: Use AVI/MPG as a texture in scene
Post by: See3D.be on August 24, 2012, 09:05:00 pm
That is not possible at the moment.
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Title: Re: Use AVI/MPG as a texture in scene
Post by: rohn on August 28, 2012, 10:27:14 am
hi i am a lumion standard user i am doing a walkthrough of farmhouses project spread over 68 acres.... the problem i am facing is that i have to do same thing again and again.... like there are 128 bunglows and i have to put the trees one by one in each of them, i suggest u guys to please add an option of duplication/ copying 3d stuff as it will save a lot of time and make things faster and easier.

Title: Re: Use AVI/MPG as a texture in scene
Post by: Arthur on August 30, 2012, 02:49:38 pm
hi i am a lumion standard user i am doing a walkthrough of farmhouses project spread over 68 acres.... the problem i am facing is that i have to do same thing again and again.... like there are 128 bunglows and i have to put the trees one by one in each of them, i suggest u guys to please add an option of duplication/ copying 3d stuff as it will save a lot of time and make things faster and easier.

http://lumion3d.com/forum/f-a-q/lumion-2-tips-tricks-and-shortcuts/ (http://lumion3d.com/forum/f-a-q/lumion-2-tips-tricks-and-shortcuts/)

Check the section "SELECTING, COPYING, MOVING AND ALIGNING OBJECTS"

(CTRL) + Drag with Left mouse button: Rectangular selection tool for selecting multiple objects.
(CTRL) + (SHIFT) + Drag with Left mouse button: Add new rectangular selection to existing selection.
(ALT) + Move selected object(s): Copy-paste selected object(s) by pressing ALT while dragging one of the selected objects.
Place object mode -> (CTRL) + Left-click: Randomly place 10 copies of the currently active object library model.


Does that help?

Best regards,
Arthur