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Two styles of 3D ball (for one and for two photos / pictures). Only rotation is present in styles. All other movements shown in the demo are configured locally by you.

P.S. Style created from Patrick's YouTube tutorial. The link to the lesson is indicated in the description of the demo video.

Paul

 

3D ball.ptestyle 3D ball 2.ptestyle

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Thanks Paul for creating these styles. 

I hope you don't mind I have translated all the objects into English and re-created the style in English to help understand how it is put together.

Gogs

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RosemaryKieron, Berny, Gogs thanks for your comments!

19 minutes ago, gogs said:

I have translated all the objects into English and re-created the style in English to help understand how it is put together.

Of course I don't mind, Gogs.

Today I started a series of tutorials on my forum on how to create this style, how I did it. The lesson is in Russian, but you can translate the subtitles into your native language in your YouTube player. Perhaps this will also be useful for understanding the whole process.

Paul

 

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Rosemary,

If you refer to the Youtube Tutorials, then it is clicking the Settings and toggle around until you find Auto Translate and then select English (or whatever).

If it is text, then I would normally use Google Translate ...

https://translate.google.com/?sl=auto&tl=en&op=translate

I have since found another translate site ...

https://www.deepl.com/en/translator

George

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3 hours ago, stranger2156 said:

Thanks Tom,
but due to the specifics of constructing a sphere in PTE, such sweeps are not suitable.

Paul

To convert from 2D to 3D I thought it would require a sinusoidal gore. I need to watch the tutorial video.:)

Thanks,
Tom

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3 hours ago, tom95521 said:

To convert from 2D to 3D I thought it would require a sinusoidal gore. I need to watch the tutorial video.:)

Thanks,
Tom

But in this case, it is difficult to make a style I think.

I used sinusoidal gores for the earth and other planets: https://www.slideshowclub.com/files/file/196-planets/

Denis

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6 hours ago, denisb said:

But in this case, it is difficult to make a style I think.

I used sinusoidal gores for the earth and other planets: https://www.slideshowclub.com/files/file/196-planets/

Denis

Hi Denis,

The planets look great. I didn't know someone had created rotating spheres almost 7 years ago. I tried to open on my Mac Mini but since the Mac slideshow was created during the 32 bit era it would not run on Big Sur which is 64 bit only. Also Mac apps have to be authorized by Apple now. Maybe the slideshow.dat file can be converted to a slideshow.ptshow file. I will ask Igor.

Thanks,
Tom

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4 hours ago, tom95521 said:

Hi Denis,

The planets look great. I didn't know someone had created rotating spheres almost 7 years ago. I tried to open on my Mac Mini but since the Mac slideshow was created during the 32 bit era it would not run on Big Sur which is 64 bit only. Also Mac apps have to be authorized by Apple now. Maybe the slideshow.dat file can be converted to a slideshow.ptshow file. I will ask Igor.

Thanks,
Tom

Hi Tom

Here a ptshow (WeTransfer for 7 days) for Big sur:  https://we.tl/t-SNa2DlsetW

Denis

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Paul

Thank you for the tutorials. I have watched both. Youtube translation was not the best, but good enough to help me follow what you were doing.

I particularly wanted to learn how you put on the glare and the shadows and now understand that.

Gogs

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1 hour ago, gogs said:

I particularly wanted to learn how you put on the glare and the shadows and now understand that.

I completely forgot about the glare in the second part of the lesson, this will be at the very beginning of the third part. But the subtitles are not ready there yet.

Paul

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