Lord Crc wrote: Zurg wrote:
Thanks for your help. Step 2 is aslo confusing. Where do you get the pulux.pdy file from? I dont have it anywhere on my Win764 machine.
If you've downloaded 0.8RC3 (or one of my weekly builds) it'll be in the PyLux folder inside the folder you extracted from the archive, use the Python3 version. Thus if you grabbed the OpenCL archive you'll find it inside the "LuxRender_64_OpenCL\PyLux\Python3" folder.
OK, I see now. Thanks. If you want the install instructions to be really complete, it might be worth making a Step 0 telling the person to download the LuxRender program itself first. Something like this...
Step 0 :
1) Download the appropriate version of LuxRender for your operating system and render hardware (CPU vs. GPU) at this link: http://www.luxrender.net/en_GB/standalone
2) After downloading LuxRender, uncompress it and move all of the files to a folder your choice. On a windows machine that would typically be a folder like C:\LuxRender or something similar. Note: this is the folder that you will point to in the LuxRender Addon interface inside of your 3D software package.