Author Topic: macOS plugin for Sketchup  (Read 3426 times)

2016-10-11, 12:14:13

peerman

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Hi, since there now is a standalone version of Corona 1.5 for the mac. Is it possible to also port the sketchup plugin?

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Peter
iMac 27" i7 4.0GHz, 24GB RAM, macOS 10.12, Sketchup Pro 2016, Vray 2.0/3.4beta

2016-10-11, 12:48:37
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Ryuu

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Hi, there will almost certainly be a Mac port for the SketchUp plugin sometime in the future. Unfortunately right now we don't have any full-time developer for SketchUp. We are actively trying to hire new people, but it's pretty challenging to find any good candidates.

2016-10-12, 08:56:19
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peerman

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OK, Thanks for the quick reply. Is there any other way to use the standalone now? Since I can't export from SU is it possible to maybe export from blender?
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2016-10-16, 09:42:08
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You can use it but using Blender. Please have a look at this https://corona-renderer.com/forum/index.php/topic,11317.45.html
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