You can easily upload, edit and share your 3D Assets with the help of our proprietary 3D Player. It can be accessed via “Manage Asset” menu by using 3D Editor button.
After pressing 3D Editor button, you’ll be prompted to our editor page.
At the top left corner you will find 4 buttons: Scene, Lighting, Post-Processing and VR. These buttons allow you to control your model environment, colors, VR settings and more.
Scene button contains 3 roll out buttons: General, Camera, Background.
Under Straighten model setting you will find renderer selection tab, where you can select Classic or PBR rendering modes. Default value is PBR. Under renderer, you can select Shading type Lit or Shadeless.
Field of view 50 degrees
Field of view 150 degrees
Not always environments are a great way to showcase your models. If you press on Image button you’ll be able to see several colourful gradient images. You can easily choose it by just clicking on the image.
If you’re not sure about what environment or image to use, you can select Colour button. There you can select any colour you want using HEX or RGBA colour settings.
In the lighting menu, you have two rollout buttons: Lights and Environment.
Also you can manipulate intensity of lighting and adjust colours.
Post processing menu allows you to add Vignette, apply Colour Correction and adjust Colour Balance on a render of your model. Post processing is an optional setting so you can turn it on or off.
In our VR editor you can easily adjust World scale and Floor level so that in VR it would work the way you want.
In our editor, you can use XYZ, Transform axis, to adjust direction of lighting and VR Floors by simply dragging coordinates axis around.
To make your life easier, Directional light target point is fixed at the centre of object, so that you would not need to adjust rotation.
Click on Save Screenshot button, and then click Save and its done. It is important to save screenshot first because it’s the first image user will see in the platform.
After saving your model, you can exit editor by clicking Exit button.
If you encounter any problems with our editor or platform, please contact us via Help button in the up top right corner or email us at: email@example.com
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