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360 view render in dimension

Explorer ,
Dec 07, 2021 Dec 07, 2021

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Hi there,

we want to export a 360 view using 20 images rendered.

Anybody out there with help how to achieve this project using Dimension?

I tried with camera positions but got stuck here.

Please help a newbie..

rgds Hans

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LEGEND , Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021
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Is there an Adobe app I could use do achieve that?


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NO not an Adobe app but Iclone will do this and thats the software I use

 

Adobe had Photoshop which was possible but very hard and has been pulled, Primiere Rush \ Premiere Pro is the same basic software that is aimed at phone \ computer users making 2D vids then Media Encoder and Animate are code heavy web platforms

 

the issue is 3D takes a real Gpu and is Windows users only so Adobe has washed their hands of it because they are in

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Community Expert ,
Dec 07, 2021 Dec 07, 2021

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I don't think that this is possible in Dn. May be you can use rendered files import into another app and create 360 panorama?

for example Photo stitching software 360 degree Panorama image software - PTGui Stitching Software

 

Also you can use for that photohop https://youtu.be/yT0amZokSC8

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LEGEND ,
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Photoshop was the software designed for that but has had 3D options removed... Ares is correct that Dimension is not the answer

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Explorer ,
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021

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Hello Ussnorway

thank you for your tipps.

I believe my description of the problem was somehow unprecise.

Here is another try:

I have 3D objects and I render these using Adobe Dimensions, it works fine.

What I need is cameras going around these objects and take 20 to 72 views from different angles leading up to 360 view. All views must render after this.

Is there an Adobe app I could use do achieve that?

Thanks for your support.

rgds Hans

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I think you need Adobe app which is able to create movie from images. You can use Adobe After Effects, Adobe Primiere Rush, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Animate. Just import images into one track and app will create movie that can be exported as any video formats

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LEGEND ,
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quote

Is there an Adobe app I could use do achieve that?


By @hjl67936945

NO not an Adobe app but Iclone will do this and thats the software I use

 

Adobe had Photoshop which was possible but very hard and has been pulled, Primiere Rush \ Premiere Pro is the same basic software that is aimed at phone \ computer users making 2D vids then Media Encoder and Animate are code heavy web platforms

 

the issue is 3D takes a real Gpu and is Windows users only so Adobe has washed their hands of it because they are in bed with Apple Mac

 

 

example vid

the girl is Adobe Fuse... another dead 3D software

3 animations are from Mixamo

the ship is made in Photoshop 3D

the music is from my library and everything else is default Iclone 6

 

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Explorer ,
Dec 09, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

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Thank you Ares and thank you Ussnorway.

The tipp from norway did it.

Thank you again, guys. 

Problem is solved.

Have a beautiful holidays.

All the best

Hans

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