Exporting Images, Panoramas, and Videos Locally

Learn how to export images, panoramas, and videos locally.

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The images, panoramas, and videos that you create in Twinmotion can be exported locally to your computer. You can export them one at a time, or export several of them at the same time. Various export settings such as Max lighting, Refinement, Motion blur, and Frame rate (for videos) can be adjusted.

This page provides an overview of the available file formats, resolutions, and modes for exporting images, panoramas, and videos, and explains how to export them locally.

Images, panoramas, and videos can also be embedded into Local or Cloud Presentations, and panoramas can be embedded into Panorama Sets on Twinmotion Cloud. For more information, refer to Sharing and Collaborating.

File Formats, Modes, and Resolutions

The following table shows the available file formats, modes, and resolutions for exporting images, panoramas, and videos.

File Format

Mode

Resolution

Image

PNG, JPG, EXR

Standard

  • 2K Full HD (1920 x 1080)

  • 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)

  • Custom (up to 61440 x 61440)

3D

Panorama

PNG, JPG, EXR

Standard

  • 2K (2048 x 1024)

  • 4K (4096 x 2048)

  • 6K (6144 x 3072)

  • 8K (8192 x 4096)

  • 16K (16384 x 8192)

3D

Video

PNG, MP4

Standard

  • 2K Full HD (1920 x 1080)

  • 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)

  • Custom (up to 61440 x 61440)

3D

360

  • 2K (2048 x 1024)

  • 4K (4096 x 2048)

  • 8K (8192 x 4096)

Video 360 3D

Exporting Images, Panoramas, and Videos Locally

  1. In the Export dock, click Image, Panorama, or Video.

    Export dock

    For each one, a window opens that contains all the images, panoramas, or videos that you have created. The image below shows the window for panoramas.

    Select images

    Each window contains a Raster and a Path Tracer check box. By default, both checkboxes are selected, and the windows show all the images, panoramas, or videos that were created in raster mode and in path tracer mode. To view only one mode, deselect one of the check boxes.

  2. Select the images, panoramas, videos, or video parts that you want to export.

  3. Under Image, Panorama, and Video, click More to select the export settings (optional). For information about the export settings, refer to Export Settings for Images and Panoramas or Export Settings for Videos.

    Most export settings are set in the Export dock with the following exceptions:

    • To change the Output size (resolution) for Standard and 3D videos, and to add phasing to videos, in the Media dock click Video, and under the thumbnail of the video click More.

    • To change the Output size (resolution) for images, in the Media dock click Image, under the image thumbnail click More, and then click Format.

  4. When you are ready to start exporting, in the Export dock click Start Export.

    Click Start Export

  5. In the Select Folder window, select the folder in which you want to export the media.

    Select the export folder

    The Exporting window appears and shows the progress of the export process.

    Exporting window

    When the window closes, the export process is completed.

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