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Full 3D tutorial

Postby mehscollider » Mon Jan 27, 2020 11:24 am

Hello all, I found this software last week and it really fits my needs. However, I have not found any documentation to make a full 3D project.

I have a 3D model but I don't know how to export it to achieve something similar to the camera example on your homepage. Any pointers?

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Re: Full 3D tutorial

Postby WebSupport » Mon Jan 27, 2020 11:57 am

Hi! Yes... our documentation is lacking when it comes to full 3d "multi-row" setup.

It's best to start with this example set of rendered 360 images consisting of 7 rows by 36 images:

https://webrotate360.s3.amazonaws.com/s ... ages3D.zip

And then when you create a new project in SpotEditor, simply enter 7 as the number of rows on the new project form. More info is available in these blog posts:

https://www.webrotate360.com/blog/2015/ ... views.aspx
https://www.webrotate360.com/blog/2015/ ... 60542.aspx
https://www.webrotate360.com/blog/2017/ ... -more.aspx (rows on single index)

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Re: Full 3D tutorial

Postby mehscollider » Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:42 pm

Thank you, I will check it out.

But I was wondering if you have any resources that could help me with the export from 3DS Max or any other program like that.

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Re: Full 3D tutorial

Postby WebSupport » Thu Jan 30, 2020 7:43 am

We're working with a professional 3D Max designer to record a quick video on how exporting standalone 360 product images for webrotate works in 3D Max. Will post a link here asap.

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Re: Full 3D tutorial

Postby WebSupport » Tue Mar 31, 2020 9:31 pm

Here's our recent blog post that links to the 3d max video tutorial I mentioned, which covers rendering both simple single-row 360 product images as well as two-row 3d product spins as per the demo in the post:

https://www.webrotate360.com/blog/2020/ ... v-ray.aspx


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