Here you can make 3D screenshots by adding perspective right in your browser. Upload the artwork, rotate, pan and zoom the scene, then download the image. More information and tips below.
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This page is constantly rendering a perspective 3D screenshot mockup with the artwork you loaded. Every time you move the camera or change a parameter — the rendering starts from the beginning. It may take some time for the shadow noise to come away. Check the progress bar for the optimal rendering time or give it at least 10–15 seconds before downloading the image to avoid noisy results.
Click the Upload Image button and select the screenshot you want to make 3D, or simply drag and drop the image into the 3D scene. The 3D screenshot will automatically resize to match the image.
Drag the scene with the left mouse button pressed to rotate the camera. Hold the Shift key to pan the scene. Zoom using the mouse wheel. Refresh the page if the camera goes out of control.
Have a look at Boxshot which can do much more for 3D screenshots.
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