To follow up on tip #3, that was on 3D viewer navigation, this tip demonstrates the very useful ability to change the rotation- and zoom-about point. When you want to study some part of your 3d model in more detail, the default centered zoom- and rotate-about point can be cumbersome. The ‘A key’ answers that. […]
There are more ways to change the view (zoom, rotate, pan) in PhotoModeler`s 3D Viewer than the controls on the bottom right. There are mouse and keyboard short-cuts, you can customize (to make more like other 3d software you use), and 3Dconnexion`s 3D mouse is supported as well.
By random draw, the winner of our first social media ‘like’ and ‘+1’ contest is Julio Cuenca Sanabria. The winner gets one year of free Maintenance Subscription for PhotoModeler Scanner (or equivalent value in discounts towards other PhotoModeler products, upgrades, etc.). No cash value. Note we will have another contest in 2012 and all still-connected […]
The Facebook Like and Google+ contest is over in a few days. On Dec. 30th 1pm pacific, a random draw from the list of all those that have Liked us on Facebook or 1+ed us on Google+ (and emailed us) will pick one winner. If you have not already done so please use the links […]
Tip #2 – Colorized by Height
We are instituting a new regular feature called “PhotoModeler Tips”. These tips will come out every 2 to 5 weeks and will contain a short video describing one feature. The features will be those often overlooked but very useful none-the-less. Our first tip is below. Tip #1 – Sizing Photo Thumbnails
We’ve introduced a new money-back return policy for products ordered from Eos. With the training videos, the demo downloads, the trial key with your own photos, and lastly this new return policy, customers can be very confident starting with PhotoModeler. Our return rate has been extremely low, so we thought why not make it even […]
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