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Is there hope to get more than one layer in projection mode ?

It's really needed to add stuff and correctly place them, with shadows etc, in live 360 projection.


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Hi KiboOst

 

You can project more than one layer but you have to do each one individually. You are able to merge layers whilst in projection though so of you add something it will keep it's relative position when it is 'unfolded'


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Hi, awesome feature, it would be really useful in the future not to have to merge. I''m trying to add people into a 360 render, merging down isn't really viable. Maybe being able to apply the live projection to a group would solve this, anything within the group follows with the projection, outside the group is static. An indicator in the layer stack showing which layer/group is being projected could also be useful. Just some ideas for the next update :P  :P  :P   Thanks. 

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Yes, merging before projection is a non sense as we can't move anymore the merged element only.

This projection feature is a real winner, but actually useless as we can't edit anything.

We really need a way to set projection for several layers and move them independently in the projection.


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Any news on this feature ?


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