The best way to master Koru is to simply run it and click around. It usually takes just a couple of minutes to get used to the application and start making nice 3D scenes, but sometimes it is not that easy.
The first place to check is our user manual, but some topics need to be discussed in more details and that’s why we have this tutorials section. Here we provide step-by-step guides on complex topics.
Tips & Tricks
- Decals — how to place images on objects as decals;
- Lightmaps — how to compute scene lightmaps and configure them;
- Floor reflection — how to add and configure floor reflection;
- Watermarks — adding 2D image overlays;
- Taking Screenshots — how to add "Take Screenshot" button to your Koru exports;
- Loading Images — how to upload your own images to exported Koru scenes;
- Automatic Rotation — how to make your scene automatically rotates when idle;
- Customizing Snapshot Buttons — how to customize snapshot buttons with CSS;
- Creating Snapshot Buttons — when CSS is not enough you can create snapshot buttons yourself;
- Manual Snapshots Control — how to activate a specific snapshot;
- Customizing Background — replace that gray gradient for scenes with transparent background;
- Non-Interactive Scenes — can exported scenes ignore mouse clicks?
- Fullscreen Button — how to change the fullscreen button look?
- Using Metadata — add extra information to nodes and use it in browser.
- Exported File Is Too Big — how to reduce the size of exported files;
- Artwork Quality — how to improve the quality of exported textures;
- Z-Fighting — how to fix visual glitches in scenes.
- Koru Cloud — the easiest way to get your 3D scenes online in just a few clicks;
- Single File Export — when you need a single HTML file containing everything. Good for sending by email;
- Export for Server — when you want to upload the 3d model to your site;
- Export for WordPress — running a WordPress site? Have a look here.