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Each issue is full of techniques, tutorials, interviews, articles, project overviews and galleries — providing the perfect platform from which to improve your 3D skills, learn from the professionals and get inspiration for your next project. Clicking the 3D model with the Hand or Select tool enables or activates the model, opens the 3D toolbar, and plays any animation. You can also specify a default renderer and determine whether animations are allowed. Enable Extra Lighting menu. Selecting this option places the manipulation and navigation tools under the Rotate tool, thereby shortening the 3D toolbar.
Shows and hides cross sections of the object. Click the pop-up menu to open the Cross Section Properties dialog box. For more information, see Create cross sections. Enables you to add a sticky note to any part of the 3D model. The note stays with the view. You can also specify a default renderer and determine whether animations are allowed.
The dynamic nature of 3D provides the potential for it to be subject to security vulnerabilities. Therefore, the auto-play of 3D content in PDFs is disabled by default. Select this option to enable 3D content in PDFs. Depending on your system, you can change your render engine. If Software is selected, rendering takes more time, but the performance is often more consistent with the model rendering of the originating application.
Forces the use of a hardware accelerator for even video adapters that do not support a pixel shader.
Some model parts have two sides. To save time and space, you can deselect this option to render only the side facing the user.
If the user looks inside a part rendered with only one side, the back side would be invisible. Specifies the PMI mode to use for rendering. You can select one of the following options:. Determines whether the Model Tree is displayed when the 3D model is activated. Determines whether the 3D toolbar is shown or hidden when a 3D model is activated.
Lets the user select and highlight parts of the 3D model using the Hand tool. Selecting this option places the manipulation and navigation tools under the Rotate tool, thereby shortening the 3D toolbar. Some 3D models include animated transitions between views. Deselect this option if you want to prevent this 3D animation.
Turns on or off an in-scene display of an axis that indicates the current orientation of the 3D scene. Optimization Scheme For Low Framerate. Specifies what happens to animations of complex models when the framerate becomes low. None does not compromise the visuals and leaves the framerate low.
Bounding Box shows the three-dimensional planes enclosing the parts instead of the parts themselves, which keeps the framerate high. Drop Objects does not show some parts of the model, which keeps the framerate high. Sets the minimum framerate, either by dragging the slider or entering a number in the value box. If the framerate drops below that number of frames per second, the Optimization Scheme For Low Framerate option goes into effect.
Adobe Acrobat User Guide. Select an article: Applies to: Selected 3D object. Enable playing of 3D content in PDF. Autoplay of 3D content is disabled by default.
To enable 3D content in the current document: Click the Options button and then select an appropriate option: Trust this document one time only Trust this document always To enable 3D content permanently: Camera properties.
Default View. Views menu. Lists any views defined for the current 3D model. Toggle Model Tree. Model Render Mode menu. Enable Extra Lighting menu.
Background Color. Toggle Cross Section. Enable Playing of 3D Content.
Preferred Renderer. Enable Double-Sided Rendering. You can select one of the following options: It is full of useful tutorials, features, artist interviews and inspiring artwork every month.
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