remember folder saved to6 votes
We plan to remember opening, loading, and saving folders in the near future. I’ll update here when we’ve started on this!
I bought a 3D model and imported the .obj. A perfect circle looks like it was drawn with a ruler. I don't think it's a problem in the file (the previews of the model in de shop look great) but I think it's the combination with Adobe Dimension.
Any suggestions how to fix this?3 votes
This model was likely made with a technique called “Subdivision surfaces”. This technique means that the user models a low poly model and then applies a modifier that divides each piece of the model into new pieces, and autosmooths between the new divides.
Dimension doesn’t support subdivision surfaces today, so when you import it, we lose that information and can only import the original geometry.
Support for subdivision surfaces is something we’d like to add, though I don’t have a time estimate on it.
You can ‘bake’ the subdivision surfaces into geometry before exporting from the original modeling tool to have it come into Dimension properly.
Edit or replace an obj file, much like how edit/replace smart object works in photoshop. It would be good to make little adjustments to the obj in photoshop without having to redo the positioning each time.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion! We do plan to support being able to replace, update, and edit models in the future! I will update here when we start work on this.
Usually when working on a project you open the background image from a certain folder and want to save your render to that same folder. It would be a lot easier to have the default save path be the path that you opened your background image from and ideally maintain the same filename.1 vote
Thank you for the feedback! We do plan to enhance the way file path memory is shared between some areas.
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