Click “Render Now” to render immediately, or click “Render Options” to open the “Render Output” window and review your VR settings. All the parameters set in the wizard can be edited in the render output window as well. In addition, there are other options such as image quality and outputting for iPad. There is also an option in this window to output directly to a website you are managing.
Animation Frames If animation is applied to the scene, you will be able to create a VR from this animation. Additional parameters will be shown if enabled. See previous page for animation frames settings.
Horizontal Frames This controls the number of frames in the “X” direction. The higher the number of frames, the more smoothly your model will rotate.
Vertical Frames This controls the number of frames in the “Y” direction. The higher the number of frames the more smoothly your model will rotate.
Horizontal/Vertical Angle Increments This sets the degrees between each frame. This value will change depending on the number of vertical and horizontal frames and the starting and ending angles.
Use these sliders to control the beginning and ending of the VR.
Horizontal This controls the beginning and end of the rotation on the “X” plane.
Vertical This controls the beginning and end of the rotation on the “Y” plane.
This section allows you to set up the resolution as well as the destination of the VR.
Image Quality Selecting the “Preview” button will render one frame from the VR and has a compression slider that allows adjustments to the quality of the image, and updates in realtime. Be aware that a larger file size could increase the time to load the VR in the browser.
iBook Widget If this is enabled, an HTML5 widget will be output in the same folder as your KeyShotVR which can be embedded in an ibook using iAuthor. Choose the ipad model that you will be creating the ibook for from the dropdown options.