Quick Tip Video - Lights Editing Tool

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George has prepared a Quick Tip video showing recently added Light Editing feature of 'Thea for SketchUp'. If you are not familiar with the new way of modifying a light position/target and other spatial parameters, just check the video:

Thea for SketchUp: Quick Tip - Light Tool
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Superbe !
Thank you, very nice job.
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Good video presentation George.
Not too fast, just right emphasising the key points.

I look forward to your new videos in 2017.
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Great tuto Georges!!!
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Thanks for the post! great info to have but i'm having to boost my "power" and "efficacy" to almost 1000 each to even see this much light. All other setting are the same. Has anyone else had this problem? my ISO and shutter are normal with no issues with any other renderings. thanks for the help if anyone knows
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Hi!
Is there a sample scene to take a look at?

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buzzardgut wrote:...but i'm having to boost my "power" and "efficacy" to almost 1000 each to even see this much light.
Are you sure your model has real scale...? :think:
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Also, what is normal shutter settings? Daylight, night, interior and exterior are very different.
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JQL - got it figured out, I was going off an exterior rendering shutter and ISO setting, I saw a couple other posts and tutorials and copied their settings and now it works much better
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