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Discussion in 'Web Graphics Creator' started by Tony3, Aug 11, 2009.

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  1. Tony3

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    Hi,
    I hope you are doing well today. The problem i am having is simple I need to know how to adjust the size of the membership card model in the Ecovers directory. It seems that i can only create a small almost unreadable finihed product. If any one knows how to adjust the size so that I get a say a 350x224 pixel card please help me.:image24:
    Thank You
    Tony3
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    Tony, after choosing the membership card >>>>MODIFY>>>set canvas dimension (larger) >>>then under attributes scale the card making it larger. You can then pull the different "fields" onto the card in position or continue to work on the basic card design after deleting the fields. See sample 558X313 attached.
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    Hi,
    Thank you for your help. The thing is that I am trying to make a 3D graphic image of my card. I really dont know how to set the size of the card so that the finished card will be 355x224 pix. after I save the image to my computer. I am using the 3D Ebook tools to build my card. Could you tell me how to set the size there?
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    What I would do is set the size the canvas just slightly larger for safety reasons in the Art Center , size then export as above....saving to the computer.... open the 3D module and use the pre-sized image file.
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    3D Membership card Sizing

    Hi Forum,
    I hope everyone is doing good today. Iasked aquestion yesterday and got immediate support I want to thank you very much. What i did not say was that I am using 3D Ecover portion of WGC to try to make my membership card. The problem is I don't know how to set the size for the 3D image. I want the 3D image that I save to my computer to be 350x224 pix. The thing is I have only been able to create a much smaller card. Is there a way to set the software to render me a finished 3D image of my card at my requierd size without so much background included?

    All help will be greatly appreciated. :image10-1:
    Thank You,
    Tony3
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    Re: 3D Membership card Sizing

    Thank you KD-did
    After I upload the image file to the 3D modual will I have to make any more adjustments to get the card to save at my requiered size?
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    Re: 3D Membership card Sizing

    Depending in what module you are working with...the size will automatically resize to fit the e cover chosen..but if you double click the camera icon you can export in your desired size and file format.
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    Re: 3D Membership card Sizing

    Thank You again KD-did,
    My last question would be how do I limit the amount of background that will become part of my final image save?
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    Re: 3D Membership card Sizing

    You should be able to turn off or limit the environment (tool icon) for the rendering which would control the size of the overall image.
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    Re: 3D Membership card Sizing

    KD-did
    Thank you for all of your support, I will go back to the drawing board and try this again. I think it will work out this time. If not I will just ask for more help. I just wanted to let you know we are glad you are there. :)

    Tony3
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