Exporting Image

Community Beginner ,
Jul 03, 2021 Jul 03, 2021

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So i made a design i love it i want to export the 3d image as png but everytime i try to export i get the 2d flat image not what i want im trying to use that 3d image look for minecraft texture 

LightningWolf_0-1625318137101.png

the 2d is not what i want and that keeps saving i want the 3d as png anyway?

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Adobe Employee , Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021
Hello! You can save an image out of the 3D Viewby following these steps: In the 3D View panel, open the Camera menu Select the Save Render... or Save Viewport Image... option Select a location, name and image file type for the output file Click Save While the Save Viewport Image... option is a strict WYSIWYG of the 3D View viewport, the Save Render... uses the Camera settings to define the output resolution of the image. This option is preferable if you need a specific resolution and im...

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Hello!

 

You can save an image out of the 3D Viewby following these steps:

  • In the 3D View panel, open the Camera menu
  • Select the Save Render... or Save Viewport Image... option
  • Select a location, name and image file type for the output file
  • Click Save

 

While the Save Viewport Image... option is a strict WYSIWYG of the 3D View viewport, the Save Render... uses the Camera settings to define the output resolution of the image. This option is preferable if you need a specific resolution and image ratio for your image, which you can set thusly:

  • In the 3D View panel, open the Camera menu
  • Select the Edit Selected option
  • In the Properties panel, set the Use Window Resolution parameter to False
  • Adjust the Perspective parameter to Perspective or Orthographic depending on your needs
  • Set the desired output resolution in the Resolution parameter
  • You may then use the Save Render... option as described above to export an image at that resolution

 

The Camera menu also holds options to place your camera with precision on specific axes of the scene – e.g. Top is helpful for framing the default Plane.

 

I hope this is helpful!

 

Luca Giarrizzo
QA Analyst
Substance 3D Designer

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