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Hello everyone!
In an effort to refresh our content library, we started by creating a new Thea Lights Collection for SketchUp. The plan is to add more models to the collection in several categories like Scandinavian, Retro, etc.

The library consists of 15 textured and ready-to-use models, each one with a low-poly proxy and a selectable Thea Light, making it easy to change the intensity.

Light intensities and emitting materials have been setup for night renderings with typical camera values: f-number: 2.8, Shutter Speed: 50 and ISO:300.

The file is in .lib.thea format and once installed it will create a new folder, Thea Lights Collection, inside the Thea Data > Models path.

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Thanks!
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Wonderful. Much needed collection. Thank you.
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Thats a great preview scene, much better now ;)

Did you fix the big textures as well?

PS i didnt tested this earlier, but the mod.skp are su17. Im sticking to su16 for the moment. Can they be save in older version?
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Rombout wrote:PS i didnt tested this earlier, but the mod.skp are su17. Im sticking to su16 for the moment. Can they be save in older version?
Of course. I will update the library.
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Thanks for these :thumbup:

I was surprised to see high-poly bulbs being used as active emitters. They work fine in isolation, so it will be interesting to see if there is a noise issue in heavy scenes.

BTW Table-Lamp-01 is missing a light source.
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george wrote:
Rombout wrote:PS i didnt tested this earlier, but the mod.skp are su17. Im sticking to su16 for the moment. Can they be save in older version?
Of course. I will update the library.
PS check beta section, ive found some other "things" i think
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Hieru wrote:Thanks for these :thumbup:

I was surprised to see high-poly bulbs being used as active emitters. They work fine in isolation, so it will be interesting to see if there is a noise issue in heavy scenes.
In which model are you reffering to? All models have passive emitters for their light source and use Thea Lights instead, except for Ceiling-03 which actually uses a hidden mesh emitter.
Hieru wrote:BTW Table-Lamp-01 is missing a light source.
Thank you for letting me know. :thumbup: I have already added the missing geometry.

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george wrote:In which model are you reffering to? All models have passive emitters for their light source and use Thea Lights instead, except for Ceiling-03 which actually uses a hidden mesh emitter.
I was referring to almost all of them...but only when adding the mods in Studio. In Sketchup they are set up as you describe.

Ideally I would like to be able to update the mods in Studio for different lighting scenarios.
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Are these the only lights components in a collection available here from Thea?
I was hoping for more than 15 lights. :?

I don't want to sound ungrateful, I'm sure 15 lights is lovely. :thumbup:
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