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Initially created for personal use to automate some light setups that I use for my manual lighting method(key light, bounce lights, environment light). Enables a very similar way to light to how Jeremy Vickery (Pixar Lighting TD) lit the scenes on his masterclass. Also includes a simple integrated scene lights manager.
Install/Load: To load it just clic "Source Script" on the python section in the script editor.
I will be improving and updating this script as much as I can, the intention is for it to eventually become a much more elaborate lighting manager/method.
Also available on my blog: https://anthonynajjar.blogspot.com/
Please to do not reproduce, copy or distribute this script without my permission.