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Support for unlicensed users => Post here if you can't find your License Key => Topic started by: mas_makan on May 14, 2013, 02:03:40 am

Title: LUMION 3.01 EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Post by: mas_makan on May 14, 2013, 02:03:40 am
I am working on exterior lightings in Lumion 3.01, and I want to make the lights slowly change their colour from white to blue (for example). Is it possible or not? If it possible, how to do that? thank you in advance :)
Title: Re: LUMION 3.01 EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Post by: stucki on May 14, 2013, 09:41:53 am
you have to do two seperate videos for this
one with lights white and one with blue.
than later in postproduction you can blend/mix these two videos as you like ...

kind regards
stucki
Title: Re: LUMION 3.01 EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Post by: peterm on May 14, 2013, 11:17:23 am
Hi mas_makan,

This is just a routine check as you do not seem to have any Lumion licenses attached to your forum account.

If you have a license or are working for a company with a valid license, I'd be grateful if you could forward the license or the company name/email address to info [at] act-3d.com, so we can verify that everything is in order.

Thanks in advance.

TIP: If you are working for a company, you can use 1 license key for multiple staff members, as a way to get full access to the forum. We provide faster support in the Commercial User section of the forum.

All that you need to do is to ask the person who manages the license keys at your company to go to your Account settings and enter one of the license keys. You will then have full access to the forum.


NOTE also for information:  there is a Free version available for people to use and trial.  It's not time limited and provides all key features and functionality but with a reduced Library.  People are welcome to use this version to trial and learn how to use Lumion, provided our legal requirements are met.  All Free versions also have a watermark.
Title: Re: LUMION 3.01 EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Post by: lawrencex2 on May 21, 2013, 07:01:36 am
Stucki I agree with your idea as I was thinking the same. This is bit easier then other ways. You should mix the two different videos of your desired colors.