The best effect is to rotate the model, not the camera.
Of course, I know that rotating the camera is easier to implement for enscape.
However, the actual effect is better to rotate the model,
Because, when you rotate the camera, the sunlight doesn't rotate and the shadows are fixed.
If the model is rotated, the angle of sunlight is fixed, and the shadow effect is better.
Many many years ago we used to be able to create this, I cant remember if it was just in archicad, or if it was in artlantis (a lot of water has passed).
At the time Apple updated their QuickTime to accept a file version that could show this and allow interaction.
Now obviously we have USDZ (and the Android equivalent) , which has taken over from this in some ways?
I do wonder if this is still built into QuickTime - It would be good to be able to do this 3D cheat once again.
Enscape needs to implement a view ball, that you place over the object and set how many segments above, below and around you want to create between images.
At present, there is no need for more views with the same height, just one circle for views with the same height. It can meet the needs of most current users.
It has been 2 years. I hope the suggestions can be adopted or valued. Thank you
This function is applicable to: architectural appearance, model appearance, automobile
After fixing the camera, fix the center point of vision at the same time, and then set the number of photos, which is divided into 360 ° angles according to the current horizontal height and the number of photos. Then take a picture from each angle.
I need to observe an object at 360 ° instead of observing the surrounding environment at a certain point。
This is a very easy function for Enscape, and the request is increased
Re my link above:
I setup 8 scenes per 360, ie every 45deg I then created a 2 second animation with scenes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 1. I rendered as jpgs and got 60 stills.
I created similar orbits every 10deg higher all with the same look at point and got 60 images for each one.
One thing I had to do was edit the xml files to ensure it was 2.0000 seconds and not 2.xxxx as even the slightest difference will result in 59 or 61 images.
In fact, my needs are a bit simpler, because I only need to rotate the jpg picture in a circle, and every frame of the picture taken by the camera at the same height. You do not need to generate xml files. I can use Object2VR to make xml web files.
Why is there no one to discuss such a good proposal?
This topic doesn't seem to be popular
The enscape forum cannot upload pictures directly, it can only be displayed through links. You can see what I mean by clicking on the link.
I hope that enscape can support "model appearance diagram", or "circle object diagram".
Purpose: Used to show customers the appearance of the model, such as: the appearance of the building, the appearance of the product...
These pictures are a set of pictures formed by rotating the camera around the center point (Z axis) of the model at a fixed height, and taking a picture for each rotation angle. .
The basic operation points to realize this function:
1. Set the center (Z axis) of the model to be displayed
2. You can set the height of the camera
3. You can set the rotation angle of the camera to shoot one frame (use to customize the number of a set of photos)
4. This group of photos can be saved in a folder in batches, which is convenient for users to use
5. I only think of these points for the time being, and other users are welcome to discuss together
This function is very useful. It can achieve a good display effect for designing buildings, villas, houses, product design, cars, and any models. I hope enscape officials can support this feature as soon as possible. Thank you.