Defines a placement in 2D spaceThe placement of a 2D Layer can be specified in different ways depending on the type of placement that is selected. By default, 2D Layer use the Parametric, which is defined through position, scale and rotation parameters.
By default, the visualizer is in the Translate Mode that enables moving, rescaling and rotating all types of placements. For this, click on the layer, on one of it sides or one of its corners and drag it:
For the placements based on control points such as Perspective or Bezier, the Edit Mode makes it possible to edit each point individually.
First, activate Edit Mode in the Viewport toolbar, and then drag the points with the mouse or move them by using the arrow keys on your PC keyboard:
Here is an example of Bezier placement edition:
Note that it is possible to select multiple points and to moved them as a group.
For precise edition, use the arrows of the keyboard in combination with [SHIFT] (10 times more precise) or [CTRL] + [SHIFT] (100 times more precise).
PARAMETERS COMMON TO ALL ELEMENTS
- Loading (Activation State): The loading status of the 2d placement. It can be loaded , enabled by not loaded or unloaded
- Activation (Activation State): The activation status of the 2d placement. It can be active , enabled by not active or inactive
- Color Label Associate a color label to your 2d placement to make it easily locatable
- Solo Activate this to keep only this 2d placement active and hide all other 2d placements in same location
- Editable (Activation State): The editabiliy status of the 2d placement. It can be locked directly , locked indirectly or editable
- Preset (Element): Select a preset to apply on the 2d placement
- Status Warnings and errors associated to this 2d placement
Fit - Fill all available space
Parametric - Placement defined by Position, Scale, Rotation and Flip parameters
Placements based on quads:
Perspective - Placement defined by a quad using perspective interpolation
Bilinear - Placement defined by a quad using bilinear interpolation
Perspective Interpolation - Interpolation between two different perspective placements
Perspective Remapping - Perspective mapping of an input quad to an output quad
Placements based on Bezier grids:
Bezier - Placement defined by a Bezier grid
Bezier Patch - Placement defined by a patch of Bezier grids