Converting Scenes to 3D
By default, newly created scenes are set to the 2D mode, so your project is not encumbered with unnecessary features if you plan to work in 2D for more than a few scenes. You can convert a scene to 3D, so you can move and rotate 2D and 3D layers in 3D space. This means that even if you do not have any 3D objects in your scene, you can still move 2D objects along the Z-axis to create a multiplane effect. A 3D scene will also allow a camera to be moved in 3D space using the Camera tool.
NOTE: Converting a scene to 3D applies only to the selected scene, not the entire project.
How to enable the 3D option
- In the Thumbnails view, select the scene you want to convert to 3D.
- Do one of the following:
||In the Storyboard toolbar, click the Enable 3D button.
||Select Storyboard > Enable 3D for Current Scene.
NOTE: Selecting these options in the Preferences dialog box requires you to restart Storyboard Pro.