Augmented Sky Feature

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    Londinense

    That had occurred to me as well. Or maybe the augmented sky images can be added in the same way that one adds one's own skies.

     

    I have searched everywhere in my Library for Luminar's own sky images, as I wanted to use one of them in another application. I can't for the life of me find them. I'd assumed they would be there somewhere as JPEGs, but maybe not.

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    Elena Blum

    Hi Peter Gladstein,

    They are included in the application file.

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    Peter Gladstein

    Hello Elena,

    Posted same in Windows forum and another user ->

    Here it is - C:\Program Files\Skylum\Luminar AI\profiles\SkySFX

    So, Mac and PC Apps have different constructs?

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    Londinense

    I only had AI for a while on trial, but I recently discovered a folder the was not deleted when I uninstalled it. It is actually called Untitled, so may have been renamed when AI was removed. It seems to be a residual catalogue folder. Within it, go to History/resources and all the augmented skies are there. They have very long names beginning MIPLResource, but I found them by searching my entire system for the SkySFX string. That should do it for other Mac users.

     

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    Tania Taylor

    Hi Peter Gladstein!

    Please check the folder Sky Objects here /Users/%username%/Library/Group Containers/RTW788AXG3.com.skylum.luminarAI

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    Peter Gladstein

    I do not have a Sky Objects folder

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    Austin Miller

    Hello Peter,

    Could you please specify if you have the custom Sky Objects here - /Users/%username%/Library/Group Containers/RTW788AXG3.com.skylum.luminarAI/Sky Objects?

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    Peter Gladstein

    I do not have the Sky Objects folder.

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    Helga Hufflepuff

    Peter,

    Please, use this path instead: /Applications/Luminar AI/Contents/Frameworks/MIPLResources.framework/Versions/A/Resources/SkySFX

    There you will find all the sky objects

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    Peter Gladstein

    I do not have that path. Running MacOS 12.2.1

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    Alina Skylum

    Peter,

    Please, make sure that you copy the full path with all the signs in it. It is important to insert it like on the screenshot: 

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