Portable Document Format (PDF) is a universal file format that allows users to embed the fonts, images, layout and graphical designs from any source document, regardless of the application tools that are used to create it. For a user working on advanced data, the graphical design integrity of PDF display provides the exact same visual and graphical content. The multi-dimensional format of PDF allows a user to integrate various types of content including text, images and vector graphical visuals, videos, animations, and 3D models. All of these elements can be combined within the same PDF file and organized as a presentation or a demonstration.
Users can save their time using PDF for graphical visual display without getting into the complexity of code-based tools. And STYLY provides PDF imports so that importing PDF files a user can create and add more VR variables with the features of STYLY in VR view. You can start it with the help of a web-browser.
Go to STYLY web-page.Click on the EDITOR tab.
A separate web-browser tab would be launched. Now you just have to click on Launch STYLY Editor option button.
This will take you to the STYLY Editor.
Once the Editor is loaded you can see a pop-up window. Using the two options on the pop-up you can either create a scene or use the scene you have created. As it requires no downloading at the same time it provides auto-save mode on cloud-space.
As this blog is about demonstrating the Post Effects of STYLY Editor therefore it is named so. One you have your scene you can click on the Assets option in the top-right of you screen.
You can see the default option set on the left translucent screen of the window. You can remove them if you do not need them.When you click on the Assets option it would pop-up an insert Asset window.
Then click on the PDF tab.
Here you can select your desired PDF from your PC.
Click on to Upload button.
It will start Uploading PDF file to STYLY.
Hit Next button
The PDF file will be imported and will be available to see in STYLY.
Thanks, PDF users. We hope you have found this tutorial useful. If you create some distinctive imports with this technique, please be sure to post your comments.