I am a junior Film and Media major and I also pole Vault for the D1 track team. I transferred from College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita. I took a lot of production courses including Cinematography, Adobe Premiere editing, and Filmmaking I & II. I’ve worked as a private contractor producing videos for various individuals and small businesses. My equipment includes a DJI Phantom 4 drone, Canon 70D, Sony Alpha 7, Lumix GH4, Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut. In my latest job I worked as a Social Media & marketing intern where I created videos for a new local small business.
Issues: After importing the model into Blender I would get the red/orange highlight around the edge and I am unable to go into edit mode. I tried a couple different things I found at https://blender.community/c/today but even I was still unable to go into edit mode.
Issues: Unable to enter edit mode
Spread Sheet Issue
Google sheets did not allow me to drag and drop the file in, so I used Libre Office shown in the tutorial.
Major exporting issues: During the tutorial the Mark Klink is using Windows and is able to export the file with the extension (.obj). When trying to export on a Mac it doesn’t give the option of exporting as a .obj Exporting the file as .esc and then changing the extension after exporting gives this error when trying to open in Blender, fusion360 and MeshLab.
I checked the properties of the file and it was just as large as other 3D models I had saved, but the Sheets modified file claims, “Error, no vertex found”.
It took a couple tries but I was finally able to upload the Add-on by selecting the “index-Visualizer-1.0.zip file.
Issue: The Index-Visualizer never showed up on properties even after I activated it. You can activate it by finding it in Add-ons and checking the box.
Alternative: This morning when trying to change the 3D Global view in input settings I found the hotkey for the Index Visualizer which is (Ctrl Alt I) at default. Didn’t work on my Mac so I changed it to (Ctrl Command I) But even then the menu didn’t show in properties tab.