Here at last, the option of adding high resolution finishes to your work at a reasonable price. The joy of it is that the initial image need not be created in 5D planner for it to render through it.
One can create the model in an associate program and then just insert the model into 5D Planner and use the "Fine Render" option to achieve stunning results.
You can now have what comes close to a photo realistic finish whilst on the go.
One must bare in mind the fact that importing into 5D Planner is still a finicky process and that objects inside the model may need to be imported separately. Also object placement within the model should be measured using a CAD readable format so that the objects can be repositioned if necessary.
But all in all, I give the new render engine five stars when one considers the fact that it is just an app.
Written by Mr U.Uche
Just updated my app, and low and behold I was introduced to a brand new editing tool.
The look and feel:
It's not without it's charm, a handy little tool, but I am not quite sure how it differs from the old one. Perhaps I just need to use it a little longer to figure out what it can and cannot do as far as creative writing is concerned.
All in all, I would say it is a little easier to get one's thoughts down on paper and the HTML raw editing button is a definite plus unlike how it used to be when one had to spend so much time fiddling with the HTML menu that one ended up loosing one's train of thought.
But on the other side of the coin, the older menu had more options for colour and image size editing. I guess one could just type that in using the HTML toggle, but if you don't use raw code everyday you may have to look things up all over again just to remember how to code the paragraph.
Another option is to revisit posts that one has already made and re-use the html!!!
One has an endless stream of possibilities then!!!
by Mr U.Uche