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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Tutorial: SketchUp to Lumion

This simple guide and tutorial from SketchUp to Lumion. TO download Lumion Demo click HERE.

This is from Artur Brzegowy of Lumion

Step 1: Exporting

Use COLLADA files (*.DAE) as intermediate file format. Export from SketchUp to DAE file, and then import into Lumion.


To export from SketchUp chose from menu: File -> Export -> 3D Model

 Step 2: Exporter options:

To set exporter options click "Options" button:


Notes:  Make sure that you select "Triangulate All Faces" option in exporter. We recomend to select option "Preserve Component Hierarchies".

Take a look at exporter dialog screenshot:

Flipped faces:

If you have problem with flipped faces in Lumion, try to explode you whole scene in SketchUP just before export to Collada.

Youtube Video