Add 3D Effects to Images and Videos in Windows 10 Photos app  

    Add 3D Effects to Images and Videos in Windows 10 Photos app

    Add 3D Effects to Images and Videos in Windows 10 Photos app

    How to Add 3D Effects to Images and Videos in Windows 10 Photos app
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    02 Sep 2018
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    How to Add 3D Effects to Images and Videos in Windows 10 Photos app


    The Photos app included in Windows 10 is a universal app that allows you to enjoy, organize, edit, and share all your digital memories. It brings together photos and videos from all your devices, enhances them to make great photos even better, and organizes them into beautiful albums for you.

    The Photos app comes with a set of 3D effects like a swarm of butterflies, lightning, or a fireball that you can add to your images and videos to customize them how you like.

    This tutorial will show you how to add 3D effects to an image or video using the Photos app in Windows 10.


    EXAMPLE: 3D effects added to image using Photos app





    Here's How:

    1. Open an image or video (ex: .mp4) you want to crop in the Photos app.

    2. Click/tap on the Edit & Create button on the toolbar and click/tap on Add 3D effects. (see screenshots below)

    You can also right click or press and hold on the image, click/tap on Edit & create, and click/tap on Add 3D effects.

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    3. Do step 4 (effects) and/or step 5 (3D library) below for what you would like to add.


     4. To Add Effects to Image or Video

    A) Click/tap on the Effects tab in the flyout, and click/tap on an effect (ex: "Atomic motion") you want to add. (see screenshot below)

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    B) Adjust the volume level and any other available options the selected effect (ex: "Atomic motion") may have. (see screenshot below)

    Moving the volume slider all the way to the left will mute the audio for the effect.

    C) Adjust the position, size, and rotation of the effect to how you want it on your image or video.
    • To adjust the position, move the pointer to the center of the effect on your image or video until the pointer turns into four arrows, left click or press and hold, drag the effect to where you want on the image or video, and release.
    • To adjust the size, drag the corner dots to how you want.
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    D) Adjust the start and end sliders to when you want the effect to start and end playing in the video timeline at the bottom.

    E) Click/tap on the Play button to see how your effect looks, and make any adjustments as needed.

    If you change your mind and want to remove this effect, you can click/tap on the Delete button in this effect's options in the flyout.

    F) When finished customizing this effect, go to step 6 below.

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     5. To Add Object from 3D Library to Image or Video

    A) Click/tap on the 3D library tab in the flyout, and click/tap on an object (ex: "Retro UFO") you want to add. (see screenshot below)

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    B) Select the animation (ex: "Hover") you want for this object (ex: "Retro UFO") in the Quick animations drop down menu. (see screenshot below)

    The available animations will vary per object in the 3D library.

    C) Adjust the volume level to what you want.

    Moving the volume slider all the way to the left will mute the audio for the object.

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    D) Adjust the position, size, and rotation of the 3D object to how you want it on your image or video.
    • To adjust the position, move the pointer to the center of the object on your image or video until the pointer turns into four arrows, left click or press and hold, drag the object to where you want on the image or video, and release.
    • To adjust the size, drag the corner dots to how you want.
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    E) Adjust the start and end sliders to when you want the object to start and end playing in the video timeline at the bottom.

    F) Click/tap on the Play button to see how your object looks, and make any adjustments as needed.

    If you change your mind and want to remove this 3D object, you can click/tap on the Delete button in this object's options in the flyout.

    G) When finished customizing this 3D object, go to step 6 below.

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    6. Repeat step 4 (effects) or step 5 (3D library) above if you would like to add more effects or 3D objects to your image or video.

    7. When finished, click/tap on the Save a copy button in the flyout. (see screenshot below)

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    8. Navigate to where you want to save your creation to, type a name for the .mp4 video file, and click/tap on Save. (see screenshot below)

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    9. You can now close the Photos app if you like. (see screenshot below)

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    That's it,
    Shawn





  1.    #1

    Nice tutorial as usual ! Love the alien.
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    Hi,
    Not sure what it did to the image it looked more "3D" before you started
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