No, you need a Transmutr Studio license to be allowed to sell the files generated by Transmutr. Including but not limited to: *.skp files, *.vrmesh files and *.mesh.thea files. There are two exceptions in which case you are allowed to sell the files generated by Transmutr Artist: - The files are created as a commission, and you sell them to the commissioner only - You sell them through our upcoming marketplace Why, you ask? Because we feel it's fair that if you are a content creator for whom Transmutr is an actual production tool, you pay extra compared to a 3D artist who uses Transmutr just to add a few objects to a render, for example. Separating these two types of licenses allows us to offer an inexpensive Artist License.
Transmutr creates files for:
V-Ray 3.60.03 and above
Thea 2.0 and above
Enscape 2.4 and above
An Artist license can be installed on two computers. For example, a laptop and a desktop workstation.
A Studio license can be any number of seats, either as node-locked or floating license. Contact us.
Not yet, but it's coming soon.
Subscribe to this form to get notified when Transmutr for Mac OSX is available: https://transmutr.com/mac/
For now, please do so in the Transmutr category on the Skatter forums : https://forums.getskatter.com/c/transmutr
This error can pop up when you import in SketchUp a file generated by Transmutr. It appears when you import a model with some weird geometry that SketchUp doesn’t like. We could trigger the "Fix" in Transmutr using the SketchUp API, but we decided not to, and let the user decide. Because sometimes, you might prefer not to fix it (it’s not a big deal) to avoid losing faces or things like that.