I have created in and exported from CorelDRAW 2018, this vector art: https://contattafiles.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/tnt3924/XkBax17syROXhIK/T-Shirt.png
I want to place it on a 3D T-shirt OBJ: https://contattafiles.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/tnt3924/OuP8rkrQLaFxMYe/T-Shirt.obj that I have imported.
Here's my Dimension CC 2019 file: https://contattafiles.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/tnt3924/iaRFxiLTx6l8omL/24FPS.dn
And here's the rendered PSD file: https://contattafiles.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/tnt3924/V-iU57Ccd6BAuZl/24FPS.psd
As you can see, there's no line of colours in the top of the vector art, but, there's one visible when I import the graphic in Dimension CC. It gets rendered also. I can remove it in Photoshop, but, can anyone point out why that is happening?
For those who didn't get what I'm talking about, here's the annotation (the problem area is the one marked within the red bordered box): https://contattafiles.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/tnt3924/EJayPX_g71qKiQ3/Annotation.png
This issue persisted in Dimension CC 2018 also.
I've opened your scene and I can confirm your problem. Although, I created an empty scene and with your decal and obj. I cannot re-create your problem, so I might suggest to create from scratch.
I have already used multiple OBJs and recreated a few times.
That line is distortion from rendoring the image as the wrong dimensions i.e, a square peg in a round hole
As to how to fix; I'd edit the graphic in your software of choice (I use Photoshop) and what you want to do is resize the canvas to the correct [relative] shape witch is pixels in this case because your overall Dimension canvas is 1920 * 1280 that is what you should also set the decal too for best results
This may be something that fixes it, but certainly isn't expected behaviour. Shouldn't need your logos and graphics to match the render size at all. Thanks for sending the files! I'll report this bug to the engineering team.
I'll try this soon and update.
Yeah. This worked! Thanks a lot!
welcome... now get back to your work