Open your scene, and place your current view to where the first scene will start.
We will now setup Thea’s exporter. First select the Scenes tab and change the camera settings to the size you would like your final renders to be.
Now select the Animation tab, check the Smooth Thea path option and change the Frames per second to 1.
Now we will adjust the Sketchup animation Properties. Select View, animation and then settings: change Scene transitions to 1, and Scene delay to 0.
Now you can create your various shots by creating a new scene for each of the views you want.
You are now ready to export your scene to Thea.
We need to set Thea to render all frames click the render tab and select animation change render frames to all.
Finally check the camera is working:
If you advance the timeline the camera will now move to the correct position.
We are good to go, well almost! If you are using unbiased you will need to set a pass limit - I usually do a area render first to see how long takes.
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