This command allows you to make the necessary corrections on the rendered image.
You can often face typical problems such as for example when the side of the building covers the adjacent building in the photo. To overcome these obstacles, you need to edit the image.
Location: Documentation - Model to a photo - Edit matched photo
Click on the images to start the editing.
Now you have two images on the drawing in a group. The first file contains the photo with the model in it and the second one contains only the photo. The size and the colour of the second image correspond to those of the first one.
Image editing floating toolbar
The floating toolbar automatically appears on the screen when you click on the images to start the editing.
The following table explains the individual functions on the Image editing toolbar
|Use this function to move forward the rendered image|
|Use this function to move forward the the result of the two images|
|The degree of transparency of the rendered image can be adjusted between 0% (fully transparent) and 100% (opaque)|
|Use Polygon to draw and copy a part of the background image to the rendered image.|
|Edit any of the polygons. Click inside the polygon to start editing.|
|Choose a polygon to delete|
|Delete all polygons|
|Save the edited image in a new file.|
1. Rendered image on top
2. Transparency slider to adjust the transparency of the rendered image.
3. Polygon tools to move forward a part of the background image. Draw, edit, delete and delete all polygons.
4. Display the result of the two images
5. Save the result of the two images.
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