3D Web Hosting

Shooting in macro mode, techniques, tips & tricks

Moderator: Stas Yatsenko

Rob
Posts: 10
Joined: 23.08.2008 21:59

3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Rob » 17.12.2012 19:06

I created my first 3D image recently and really surprised myself. Not perfect by any means but it really inspired me.
Is there a web hosting company or site that would allow me to create my own portfolio and display a gallery of 3D_animation.html images? Most will allow a small gif but do not have the facility to display 3D animation.

Any help or ideas appreciated.

User avatar
Stas Yatsenko
Posts: 3657
Joined: 06.05.2009 14:05
Contact:

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Stas Yatsenko » 19.12.2012 11:16

I would suggest to save 3D animation as video file and then publish it on Youtube or other service.

Rob
Posts: 10
Joined: 23.08.2008 21:59

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Rob » 19.12.2012 16:14

Thank you. I'll probably use Vimeo as I have an account there.

Rob
Posts: 10
Joined: 23.08.2008 21:59

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Rob » 19.12.2012 17:43

Stas, which file format should I select to export and save in order to create the 3D video please. I have tried all the options but Vimeo, Flickr and Photobucket have rejected all my attempts to upload? hf_animation
Photobucket uploaded all the individual images and gifs from the hf_animation.html file but simply created separate images. This appears to be the final hurdle! :D

User avatar
Stas Yatsenko
Posts: 3657
Joined: 06.05.2009 14:05
Contact:

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Stas Yatsenko » 20.12.2012 12:34

Have you saved your animation from Helicon 3D Viewer as AVI video file? Video sharing services should accept AVI format for sure.

Rob
Posts: 10
Joined: 23.08.2008 21:59

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Rob » 20.12.2012 18:04

Just the info I needed, thank you.

Rob
Posts: 10
Joined: 23.08.2008 21:59

Re: 3D Web Hosting

Unread post by Rob » 20.12.2012 19:37

I made a basic error; I was trying to save the 3D animation from Helicon Focus rather than the obvious move of saving from the 3D Viewer. Still learning and now delighted to find I can upload to Photobucket.
The ability to show a 3D model is brilliant.
Thanks for the help Stas, very much appreciated.

Post Reply