Sharing and embedding
Here you adjust the settings of everything that has settings or properties.
The entire vertical bar to the right-hand side of the screen is the Properties Panel. This panel displays the settings of what is currently selected. If you have nothing selected, you will see the settings for the canvas. By default, nothing is selected, so the settings related to the canvas are displayed. If you select any object, the right bar will show its settings.
left-clickin any empty area of the canvas.
Read more about scene settings here.
Effects significantly improve the quality of rendering. They are disabled by default in order not to increase the consumption of computer resources and to keep good performance even on weak devices.
Effects such as Reflections, Ambient Occlusion, Soft shadows and other improvements to the look of your scene are available to you.
This effect turns on reflections for the scene. It has two parameters for selecting the quality of reflections in two states. The more samples, the better the quality of the reflections.
Realtime Samples — the quality of reflection processing in motion. Used if the scene will be shown in the Viewer.
Steady Samples — the quality of reflection processing in the static state. Used if you want to get an image.
🎫 SSR is calculated based on material properties. If roughness and metallicity reach certain values, SSR is smoothly turned on or off to maintain performance on materials that cannot use them.
This effect creates additional shadows for uneven parts of the geometry. It has parameters: the intensity of the shadow and radius.
This effect will make the shadows softer.
Create a fog effect. The color of the fog will match the background color.
There are two settings:
start - place free of fog intensity - how thick the fog will be
MSAA (multisample anti-aliasing) is one of the smoothing techniques that allows you to get rid of pixels on the edges of objects.
The greater the number of samples, the higher the quality of processing, but also the higher the impact on performance.
The basic color correction properties are available to you here: Saturation, Contrast, Exposure, Tonemapping
In 3D, it is not always easy to get the colors you want because the color is affected by the lighting. Adjustments can help you achieve the look you want.
Control the colors and adjust them to get the desired look and feel.
This is a basic effect in graphic design — a radial black soft frame.
You can change the size and level of softness.
In the example below, this effect is perfect for creating tension and extra focus:
This basic design effect is also known as the noise effect. Sometimes it can add a certain style to a scene.
The Bloom effect causes those materials that emit or reflect light to glow.
The following settings are available: intensity, size and glow threshold (the lower the threshold, the more glow you see).
⚠️ Has a medium impact on productivity.
The Augmented Reality feature is turned on the Right bar ➞ Advanced. Add it, and after you share the scene, it will already have an icon for AR activation.
How to customize the AR
1 — Icon that displays the status of creating the version of the scene for Android (GLTF) and iOS (USDZ). Versions are created automatically.
2 — A green checkmark means that all is well and the files have been created. If it does not appear, it means that there is a problem. Most likely, there will be an error text in the upper right corner of the scene. Make the needed adjustments.
3 — You can upload your own models and view them in AR.
4 — Choose in which corner to place the AR icon.
5 — Select the padding from the edge of the stage to place the icon.
6 — You can replace the icon with your own .png or .jpg.
Customize the loading screen!
1 — Background color — change the background color.
2 — Custom Preloader — upload your own image, GIF, or Lottie animation.
3 — Custom Size — set the size of the preloader.
4 — Display Placeholder — if this option is enabled, a blurry scene image will be added as the background of the loading screen.
You can define how the scene reacts to the viewer's cursor. By default, the Mouse follow option is disabled, so the scene does not react to cursor movement in the scene area.
When you add (enable) this option, the scene will rotate slightly when the cursor moves. This is important so that the viewer understands that there is a 3D scene in front of them that they can interact with, not just an image.
This option adds an animation that prompts the viewer to interact with the scene. By default, an animated cursor image is used. But you can replace the image with your own image or even a GIF and Lottie animation.
1 — Custom image — upload your own image or animation
2 — Custom Size — enable this option to change the size of the image.
3 — Vertical offset — set the position of the image along the vertical axis
4 — Animation — activates the ping pong animation effect for the loaded image
5 — Hide on — select the action after which the interaction prompt will be hidden
Interaction — on the first click
Mouse enter — when hovering the cursor