Select Create > Free Image Plane to create a free image plane.
By default, the and fields (under the section of the imagePlaneShape node) are set to 10 x 10.
When you load an image into a free image plane, the and fields are set to the image resolution divided by 100.
The and values are editable. You can enable while adjusting either the or . When is enabled, entering a value in either the or field adjusts the other to maintain the original width/height ratio.
Alternatively, you can disable the and adjust each field individually, and even distort the width to height ratio.
TipTo set free image planes to exact dimensions, use this feature. Otherwise, use transform tools to adjust the size and shape
of your image plane.
If you have more than one image plane in your scene, this feature allows you to align it along one dimension. For example,
if you have two images, and Image A has dimensions 1024x912 and Image B has dimensions 1038x456, you can:
- enable and set Image A's height to 456. Image A's width is automatically set to 512;
- align Image A and B by their vertical dimensions.
For image planes that are attached to a camera, you cannot edit the imageplane’s , , or in the . The options are disabled.
If an image plane has an image loaded, and is enabled, you cannot edit both –h and –w flags in MEL/Python at the same time.
TipYou can also use the maintainRatio (mr) flag with the imagePlane command. Set it to true/false to enable or disable .
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