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Environment: Windows & MacOS

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Now we can see the that rendering process has finished:

Fig. 3 - Finalizing the 360 project to the selected output folder.

Go to your output folder and see your generated 360 animation project. Done!


Second method:

 Create a new text document anywhere you want using any text editor. For this article we used textEdit.app

 Press Command (or Cmd) ? + SPACE to open the textEdit.app (see Fig. 4)


Fig. 4 - Search for textEdit app in MacOS Spotlight Search and then hit ENTER to open the Text Editor.


 Next, we will create json profiles, as many as we want and respecting the json synthax.


Fig 5 - Save it as profile.json. Don't save it as .rtf, delete any extension after .json!

Code sample:

Code Block
themeMidnight
firstline1
titleJSON ARGUMENTS
linenumberstrue
{
    "profiles":
    [
        {
            "input": "/Users/YourUsername/Desktop/Adidas-Shoe",
            "output": "/Users/YourUsername/Desktop/Export",
            "width": 600,
            "height": 400,
            "duration": 5.0,
            "original": true,
            "title": "Test 360",
            "theme": "black",
            "otype": 0,
            "play-pause_button": true,
            "zoom_button": true,
            "left-right_button": true,
            "fullscreen_button": true,
            "reverse-direction_drag": true,
            "maximum_zoom": 1.0,
            "horizontal-speed_drag": 2.0,
            "vertical-speed_drag": 5.0,
            "mouse-wheel_zoom": true,
            "on-start_rotate": true,
            "just-once_rotate": false,
            "reverse_rotate": false,
            "bounce_rotate": false
        },
        {
            "input": "C:\\Users\\YourUsername\\Desktop\\360Creator\\01/Users/YourUsername/Desktop/Adidas-Shoe",
            "output": "C:\\Users\\YourUsername\\Desktop\\output_02\\02/Users/YourUsername/Desktop/Export_02",
            "width": 300,
            "height": 0,
            "duration": 10.0,
            "original": true,
            "title": "title",
            "theme": "black",
            "otype": 1,
            "play-pause_button": true,
            "zoom_button": true,
            "left-right_button": true,
            "fullscreen_button": true,
            "reverse-direction_drag": true,
            "maximum_zoom": 1.0,
            "horizontal-speed_drag": 2.0,
            "vertical-speed_drag": 5.0,
            "mouse-wheel_zoom": true,
            "on-start_rotate": true,
            "just-once_rotate": false,
            "reverse_rotate": false,
            "bounce_rotate": false
        }
    ]
}

 

 Now, the final step is to use the --profile argument right next to your app executable (see Fig. 6):

 Fig. 6 - Insert the command line profile argument and wait for the 360 project to generate to the output folder.

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