5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 22, 2017 9:36 AM by Chico Crevin

    What Adobe software creates .OBJ

    Chico Crevin Level 1

      To import into Dimension, or I can create a 2D object with the views, Front, Left view, Right and Bottom and convert to 3D. For example in Illustrator and save in .OBJ?

      How can I create a 3D base?

        • 1. Re: What Adobe software creates .OBJ
          Ussnorway Adobe Community Professional

          https://forums.adobe.com/people/Chico+Crevin  wrote

           

          To import into Dimension, or I can create a 2D object with the views, Front, Left view, Right and Bottom and convert to 3D. For example in Illustrator and save in .OBJ?

          How can I create a 3D base?

          Adobe Fuse makes an obj file that you can import to Dimension but this will only be a T-pose

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          in most senarios you are better to send that to your CC lib using the (top right) button and then you can open it from there into your Photoshop... the point of that is that it adds a bone structure that allows you to pose the model

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          Edit; to export an obj from Photoshop you select the model layer (it will tend to add a lot of guidelines) and goto the 3d menu bar... select export from there (not save as) and set the file type to wavefrontOBJ... be sure to have a tick in textures for Fuse made models so you get all the colours in the outfits and not just a grayscale

           

          if you send it to Mixamo then you have more options for animation but the download will be fbx file which is what most animation software i.e, Blender, Iclone and Maya like to use... these can all then export as a obj files but pure Adobe software is very limited for 3d options so thats prob why they want to make Dimension?

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          demo vimeo showing Photoshop import;

           

          https://vimeo.com/239279131

           

          so to recap, the full workflow is;

          • open Adobe Fuse and make a model you like... give him or her hair, clothes etc
          • send this model to CC lib using the ui button
          • open Photoshop and then open the Fuse model from your CC lib
          • select the bone layer from the 3d panel of Photoshop and pose the model as you want... I recommend you rendor but its not 100% needed
          • export this new posed model as an obj to your local machine
          • open Dimension and import the obj into your project... notice that obj models from Photoshop tend to be VERY big and you have to scale them back a bit for most senarios

           

          good luck and have fun

          • 2. Re: What Adobe software creates .OBJ
            Chico Crevin Level 1

            I just know I thought it would have a simpler shape. I had to learn how to operate Blender to make the opening of my video about the book I wrote and I edited "Images & Colors from creation to production". It was a childbirth started rendering on Friday at 11:00 p.m. and ended at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday.

            Take a look and if possible give me your feedback because I am graphic design.

             

            Livro Imagens & Cores da criação à produção - YouTube

            • 3. Re: What Adobe software creates .OBJ
              Ussnorway Adobe Community Professional

              https://forums.adobe.com/people/Chico+Crevin  wrote

               

              It was a childbirth started rendering on Friday at 11:00 p.m. and ended at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday.

               

              As a rule of thumb rendor = bigger cpu is best

              So ime if it takes you 2 hours to rendor with an i7 then allow 4 hours for the same rendor in i5

               

              https://forums.adobe.com/people/Chico+Crevin  wrote

              Take a look and if possible give me your feedback because I am graphic design.

               

              Livro Imagens & Cores da criação à produção - YouTube

               

              As for the video I would have spent more time making the book look like a book instead of a box

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              I'd also want to play with the reflections more so I'd prob try a fancy silver tray and have some other small object like a pen or glasses to highlight how the light plays off them as the book rotates around. Ok less is more but a small object orbiting the big one does draw the eye better as long as its clear that the book IS the focus of the display

               

              https://forums.adobe.com/people/Chico+Crevin  wrote


              the book I wrote and I edited "Images & Colors from creation to production"

               

               

              Spell check;

              The title of your book translates as;

              • Imagens & cores

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              Not

              • Images & colors (US spelling)

              Or

              • images & colours (English spelling)
              • 4. Re: What Adobe software creates .OBJ
                Chico Crevin Level 1

                My friend was good for the tips, but he knows who is learning to play a software and can make a simple move, ahahah, and gets all excited, so I thought the video was good, but his comments made me think, really open in a table, with a piece of a monitor and keyboard after the presentation I think it would look interesting.

                As for the translation I did not have an English version and did yesterday with the help of Google, kkkk.

                I'll make the changes, Thanks again

                • 5. Re: What Adobe software creates .OBJ
                  Chico Crevin Level 1

                  Researching checked which colours is the British English form and colors are the American