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Giving a filter or lens to a client(third party)

  • Hi JD,

    Currently to submit a Lens you would need the entire Lens project folder (including the final FBX files, original artwork, etc.). If you don't want to provide all of your source files, you could submit the Lens for them with their account information, or submit the Lens under your account but change your display name before submission to be the name of the client.


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  • thank you.


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  • If I am making lenses for someone else, how, exactly, do I share it for them?  Or how do I change my login from my personal one to theirs? so it looks like they posted it.  

    Here's the details: I've been building lenses under my own account, but now I am making one for a client and they would prefer it not be labeled with my name.  I created an account specifically for the client and will be handing over the login info to them when I'm done. They don't want to have any part in the dev, they just want to play with it :)   I saw where I can save the project files and open them back up to post them, but how do I get Lens Studio to post to the client account instead of mine?  Is there a way to force a new login screen at startup so I can switch users?  Or is there an editable "published by" text box somewhere that I'm missing?

    thanks! -Mindy

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  • Hi Mindy,

    At the top of the "My Lenses" Window you can log out by clicking the button in the top right of the page. Then use the credentials in the client account you created to log in and submit the Lens as normal.

    Make sure the Display name of the account is what's desired by the client as that is what gets shown in the context card.


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