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How to stop 3D realtime updates for performance reasons?

New Here ,
Dec 29, 2022 Dec 29, 2022

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I wish I could find an option to disable realtime updates of the 3d object. If it's a complex object I have to wait forever for it to finish loading after changing a single number (the rotation values for example) before changing the next one. So going from x value -1.5 to -22.5 for example would take 3 different instances of waiting for it to load. I'd like the make changes to all the values before it tries to update. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Dec 29, 2022 Dec 29, 2022

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Have you tried switching to Outline mode? It wont render or show the 3D object. Change back to preview when ready.

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Dec 29, 2022 Dec 29, 2022

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You can turn off Realtime drawing in the preferences.

You could also turn off Raytracing in the 3D & Materials panel.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 20, 2023 Jan 20, 2023

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Hi @pinnaclesignslr,

 

Thanks for reaching out. 3D real-time updates can be stopped by unchecking Ray Tracing and then clicking the render button in the 3D & Materials panel or simply clicking the "render with ray tracing" button to switch to real-time preview.

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I hope this helps!

 

Thanks,

Anshul Saini

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