To edit a scene in Speedernet Sphere, two modes are available: “Scenario” and “Composition”.
The “Composition” mode offers a simple and visual way of enriching a scene.
You can add elements and see how they fit in the scene. You can edit them through:
- The “add element list” (1)
- The Elements column (2)
- The spherical movement mode, position, rotation, scale, opacity and volume (3)
- Zoom in/zoom out (4)
- 360 and 3D view (5)
The “Composition” mode is necessary to define points of view. The initial point of view is the point of view of the user when he enters a scene. It can be defined from the Elements column.
This icon enables you to define the initial point of view for the current scene.
The “Composition” mode is also used to place the elements in the virtual environment. Thus, you can adjust the position, rotation, scale and opacity of the elements as well as the volume for audio files.
You can also zoom in and zoom out the panorama. You’ll have a global view of the placement of the element in the scene.
From the “Composition” mode, you can switch between the 360 and the 3D view.
To learn more about the 360 view and the 3D view, look at our articles on the topic.