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    Roy Blackwell

    User to User: unzip them and then load the ltc file.

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    Member

    Yes, I did read the docs. After signing up for membership I downloaded Skies-StormyLightning-by-Bastian-Werner.zip. There was no ltc file in the archive, just the 10 jpeg files. Now I looked at the other collection, CaptivatingCityscapes.zip, and it has two files: CaptivatingCityscapesbyAlbertDros.mplumpack and CAPTIVATING CITYSCAPES.ltc. So that one can be found by the app. Was this just an oversight in packaging?

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    Roy Blackwell

    No, 'Skies-StormyLightning' is a collection of sky images for use with the Sky AI tool for replacing a sky. The mplumpack file is for the older Luminar 4 product.

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    Ivan Azure

    Hi Member!

    As Roy emphasized, look packs for Luminar 4 have .mplumpack extension, while template collections for Luminarᴬᴵ have an .ltc extension. 

    Since you already know how to add a template collection, just in case, here are also the instructions in terms of the skies: 

    First of all, please unzip the downloaded pack. On Mac, simply double-click the zipped file. On Windows, right-click the .zip file to select Extract All.

    • Load a picture with the sky that you want to replace in Luminar.
    • In the top-bar menu, select the Edit tab.
    • In the right Tools panel, scroll down to the Creative section.
    • Choose Skyᴬᴵ > Sky Selection. 
    • In the window that opens select the upper menu with skies > find Custom in the drop-down list.
    • In the Custom section, click the + button.
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    • A dialog window will open where you'll need to navigate to the folder with your skies and choose the one you need. 
    • Confirm the selection and enjoy the tool!
    • Skyᴬᴵ will work with your own photos if they are in one of the following formats: JPEG, PNG, and TIFF


    If you'd like to add these skies to the default drop-down menu, click Skyᴬᴵ > Sky Selection > select upper menu with skies > Show Custom Skies

     

    > copy the skies to the folder that opens. 

    We recommend keeping no more than 50 skies loaded at a time for better performance.

    This video tutorial can also be helpful: https://vimeo.com/555513945 

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