Is it possible to add Label mask to Material Selection Masks layer within rendered psd?
Currently, a rendered psd has Material Selection Masks and Object Selection Masks layers. None of them display label mask if label is applied and rendered.1 vote
could you add axis marks, sometimes it makes user confuse. Thanks!1 vote
I just have a scene with several possible lightings, so I have to change lighting, render, change lighting, render ... and so on.
I know I could save every scene in a seperate file but it would be much easier to handle if it would work with a bookmark like the one for the camera ...1 vote
Collada import please1 vote
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.
It would be nice to be able to toggle render options on and off per object like...
1. primary visibility
2. visible in reflections
3. visible in refractions
4. casts shadows
5. receives shadows
6. emits GI
7. receives GI
These options should be available when you click on the 3D object and see the transform info on the right side of the window. Maybe there is another tab with render options? I would imagine that features like this could reduce render time and allow for that extra customization you cant get in real life.1 vote
Thanks for the great suggestions! We do have visibility toggles planned, but I’d love to know more about some of your other requests – any examples of the types of workflows you’d be using those in?
The render quality is great, would love more control of colors and effect.1 vote
Some help assets that don't require blowing a lot of time watching videos. I'd love to just search for what I'm after.1 vote
I have a custom color library that I've created and I want to use it in combination with the materials Dimension provides. It would be great if I could choose a material and then just drag and drop my own colors on top of the material.0 votes
Thanks so much for the suggestion. We are very interested in supporting color in Dimension.
Could you tell us more about your workflow? Where do you usually get your color swatches? Do you use ASE files or cloud libraries or something else?
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