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Great news, can't wait to try it out later!
Thanks to the Thea team!!!
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Good job to Thea Team, as usual ... :)
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I did just have a go at a Colimo test and it seemed to save out the .clm file very small (2k) and then there is an error message in Colimo, saying the file is not recognised. Does this have something to do with not loading Thea specific Colimo shaders?

On another note, i'm not sure how to attach an image to these posts, can someone enlighten me.

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pallen76 wrote:I did just have a go at a Colimo test and it seemed to save out the .clm file very small (2k) and then there is an error message in Colimo, saying the file is not recognised. Does this have something to do with not loading Thea specific Colimo shaders?
I assume that you did follow the instructions fom the Thea/Colimo video tutorial - right...? :|
pallen76 wrote:On another note, i'm not sure how to attach an image to these posts, can someone enlighten me.
For some reason you can't attach images to this part of the forum...
I suggest you start a new post in the How do i... section, where you are allowed to attach images... :)
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Frederik wrote: I assume that you did follow the instructions fom the Thea/Colimo video tutorial - right...? :|
Yes i made sure all the materials were set to repaintable and enabled repaint in the TR1 render and then saved the file out as a Colimo Project file, it asked to open Colimo and when it did came up with the "incompatible file" error message.

Along with a small .clm file the export also generated a layers folder with containing a number of .exr files related to all materials in the scene.
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What version of Colimo are you using?
Did you try opening Colimo and from Colimo open your clm-project...?
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hi,

the problem might be coming from incorrect Colimo version. Thea is compatible with Colimo v1.2 which is about to be published.

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Oh, that'll be it then. I just downloaded the 1.1 version. Any idea when it will be released?

I must say i'm excited at the proposal of saving a lot of time and looking amazingly proactive in front of our clients. Good job.
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No 64bits version for OSX :?:
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