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Settings - Preferences (Object2VR)

Object2VR - Help

Object2VR's user preferences or settings can be found under File > Settings on Windows and Linux; and under Object2VR > Preferences on Mac OS.

General[edit]

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Language: Choose from the following languages:

Output: The following options affect the output.

Updates: The following options refer to how to handle software updates.

Toolbar: Toolbar options. The toolbar is the top area of the project window that contains buttons for opening, saving, or starting a new project.

Closing: This option affects closing behavior on a Mac OS system.

Capture: Object2VR studio

License Key: This is where you paste your license key to register the software. If you clear the field, you will return to the trial mode.

Warning Dialogs: Throughout the software, there are windows that pop up to warn of a certain action that will take place or problems that can be foreseen, etc. Each window gives the option to keep it from popping up in the future.

Files[edit]

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Directories[edit]

This section provides directory information. Click Choose to change the directory location.

Skin Directory: This shows where the Skins are located.

Controller Directory: This shows where the Controllers are located.

Template Directory: This shows where the HTML Templates are located.

Turntable Directory: Found in Object2VR studio. This is the location for turntable specific files.

Output[edit]

Web Server[edit]

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The integrated web server lets you easily test the outputs locally.

Open HTML Output: Choose what happens when the HTML output is opened.

Network access: Choose how the server uses the local network.

Port: Choose your desired port or leave it at auto.

Images - Skin Editor[edit]

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Interpolation Filter: Select the filter that is used for remapping operations. The different filters can sharpen or blur the image. Choose from the following:

Preview Image Size: This option allows you to change the resolution for the preview in the viewing parameters window. A higher resolution may slow down the interaction. The optimal value highly depends on the available memory on your graphics card.

Skin Editor:

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