Fuzor Support Forum
  [Recent Topics] Recent Topics   [Hottest Topics] Hottest Topics   [Groups] Back to home page 
[Register] Register / 
[Login] Login 
How to Create a 4D Video  XML
Forum Index » Fuzor: How to
Author Message
Kalloc_Amy

Fuzor User

Joined: 21/12/2018 02:08:45
Messages: 66
Offline

How to Create a 4D Video

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3rDxnXuGLA&list=PLcfi2twSmE9IlzbTpCm-mnCO_QCYrYM36&index=28

Step 1: Click Menu


Step 2: Click “Fly Through”


Step 3: Select “Construction” in the drop down box


Step 4: Drag the timeline to Day 0


Step 5: Click the frame
Note: Each frame is one second


Step 6: Click the camera icon to capture a picture


Step 7: Click another frame


Step 8: Drag the timeline


Step 9: Click the camera icon to capture another picture


Retake a frame
Step 1: Click the icon next to the trash bin to retake the picture


Delete a frame
Step 1: Click a frame and click the trash bin to delete the frame


Capture a frame with exact date and time
Step 1: Click the schedule icon to edit the date and time


Step 2: Enter the date and time you want to capture and click “OK”


Step 3: Click the camera icon


Adjust the time between two frames
Step 1: Select “Scene Effects”


Step 2: Select “Move Following Nodes as a Group”


Step 3: Drag a frame to move its position
Note: The following frames will move to keep the same time interval.


Use Cut-node
Step 1: Select “Construction”


Step 2: Change the timeline


Step 3: Click the icon of “Add Cut-note”


Step 4: Click the right side of the frame


Step 5: Move the camera to another location


Step 6: Capture a picture


Preview the video
Step 1: After capturing all the frames, return to the beginning of the video by dragging the blue arrow to the left.


Step 2: Click the “Play” button to preview


Title and Schedule
Step 1: Show the date in the video by checking “Show Date”


Step 2: Show the day of Construction by selecting “Show Progress”


Step 3: Change text color by clicking the palette, choose a color and click “OK.” The text box may be moved to any location on the screen.


Step 4: Change text format by clicking the box next to the color palette, select Font, Font style, Size and Script, then press “OK”


Step 5: Show task table by selecting “Show Task”


Step 6: Show cost graph by selecting “Toggle Graph”


Step 7: Show task list by selecting “Show Task List”


Step 8: Compare planned and actual sequence by selecting Planned vs Actual


Step 9: Show progress by selecting “Toggle Progress”
Fit: The timeline will show the whole period of the construction


Year: The timeline will show the months of the year the camera is showing


Month: The timeline will show the days of the month the camera is showing


Week: The timeline will show the number of the weeks the camera is showing


Add Text
Step 1: Select “Annotate” in the drop down box


Step 2: Enter the text in the box “Global Caption”


Step 3: Click the palette to edit the color of the text and click the box next to the palette to edit the font, font style and font size


Step 4: Drag the text to move its location


Remarks: You can add either add shadow or highlight on the text.


Shadow:


Highlight: (you can edit the highlighted color by clicking the palette next to the drop down box for highlight)


Add Still Image
Step 1: Click “Insert Still Image”


Step 2: Select an image in png, jpg or tga format. Click “Open”


Step 3: Enter the number in the box of “Scale width” and “Scale height” to edit the size of the image


Step 4: Drag to move the image


Remarks:
1. When the box “Max img.” is checked, the logo will have its largest size on the screen


2. Click “Clear Still Image” to remove the image


3. There can only be one image for one keyframe
4. If you insert the still image after you added the keyframes, you would have to insert the still image and recapture all the keyframe

Save the movie path
Step 1: Click “Save”


Step 2: Name the file


The video will be saved as a .fmp file format. Load this back into the same file to resume video editing by clicking “Open” in Fly Through.


To view the path in VR, load into “Interactive VR” to view the movie in VR and press the space bar to play.


Render a 4D video
Step 1: Click “Render”


Step 2: Adjust the quality, anti-aliasing, resolution and aspect ration and click “Save”
Note: The higher quality anti-aliasing is chosen, the longer the video will take to render. Recommended value for anti-aliasing is 4x.


Step 3:Name the video and click “OK” to save


Step 4: Click “OK” after rendering

 
Forum Index » Fuzor: How to
Go to: