[RV310.1371] Thea for SketchUp

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Hello All,

Here is a bug-fix revision after our initial 1.5 release:
  • Improved: External model creation dialog initially points to 'TheaData/Models' folder and remembers last selection in the same session
  • Improved: BatchRender - setting multiple check-boxes with multi-row selection is possible now
  • Fixed: SDK: Multi-layered EXR can be saved correctly now
  • Fixed: EXR: 'Multi-layered' and 'Force RGB' settings are stored correctly now
  • Fixed: Regression bug in SU2014 and earlier with 2p perspective not being set correctly
  • Fixed: Crash when converting to SKM and material has no preview
  • Fixed: Ground is disabled by default in old SU models
  • Improved: Cloth & leather SKM materials got UV mapping scale reset to 1.0
  • Improved: Default UV mapping size increased when no texture in SketchUp material & textured Thea mat
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Thank you...
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Thanks sir for fixing all bugs...
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Anyone else getting Nvidia driver crashes on Windows 10 using the latest Thea? This happens whilst using presto GPU renders.
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The3dBOX wrote:Anyone else getting Nvidia driver crashes on Windows 10 using the latest Thea? This happens whilst using presto GPU renders.
Just updated to Win 10 last Monday and I have to say that I'm really happy with everything...

Don't have any issues and I'm able to render with Presto GPU without any flaws... :thumbup:
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Define crash please.

Driver crash with watchdog popup? If that's the case drop the device priority of the CPU/GPU to lower level.

I have on my FX8320E with R9 270X + GTX 960, running Windows 10 and I've had no issues for months. Its been running happily Win10 from Insider Preview period without major issues.

In fact with each new update being installer I'm seeing better performance than before.
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The issue is with the latest Nvidia drivers (355.60). I've rolled back to 353.62 and the problem is now resolved.
'Crash' meaning both of my cards suffered driver crashes during GPU render which was 'recovered' according to the Nvidia popup notification but the device count in the render drops from 3 to 1 (cpu only) and doesnt go back up to 3.
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Make sure to disable driver update, otherwise Win10 will push back the latest driver and you'll be re-doing the driver switch all over again.
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