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Creating Content with Tilt Brush

Creating Content with Tilt Brush

After you create your artwork in Tilt Brush, you can use your art to create a variety of media files including snapshot images, videos, animated GIFs, or share the 3D file itself via Google's Poly.

For complete instructions, visit Tilt Brush Help "Saving and sharing your Tilt Brush sketches."

Creating files using "Cameras"

  1. While in your sketch, go to Tools > Cameras.
  2. With your painting controller, swipe the thumbpad to toggle between Auto GIF, 5-second GiF, video, and snapshot.
  3. After selecting your option, your image file will save to the Documents folder on your computer.
  4. You can then share photos, videos, and GIFs or your artwork online. 

Saving a Snapshot

  1. While in your sketch, go to Tools > Cameras.
  2. With your painting controller, swipe the thumbpad to toggle to "snapshot."
  3. Look at the view that you would like to save.
  4. On your painting controller, tap the trigger to take a picture. 

Creating a 5-second Animated GIF

  1. With your painting controller, swipe the thumbpad to toggle to 5-second GIF.
  2. On your painting controller, hold down the trigger to start recording. You can release the trigger to reposition or paint, then hold down the trigger again to continue recording.
  3. When the recording reaches 5-seconds, the GIF will be saved to your desktop under Documents/Tile Brush/Snapshots.

Creating a video

  1. With your painting controller, swipe the thumbpad to toggle to Video.
  2. On your painting controller, tap the trigger to start recording.
  3. Move around your art as you would like to view it in the video.
  4. Tap the trigger again to stop.
  5. Your captured video will be saved to your desktop under Documents/Tilt Brush/Videos

Roundme

Roundme

Roundme is an app that lets you create 360 images by using panoramic pictures. It can be used either via an app on your mobile device or via the website (https://www.roundme.com/). 

  1. Sign up for a free acount. The free basic account gives you 15 uploads a week. 
  2. Take panoramic pictures of the space you would like to make 360.
  3. Upload the panoramic pictures using the Roundme website or app.
  4. Add labels and other things as desired.

360fly 4K

The Library has 360fly 4K camera kits that can be checked out by faculty and used to create 360 videos. 

For more information about the camera kits and loan periods, check out the 360Fly page.

360Fly camera

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