Click the layer you want to edit, and then click Edit > Layer Properties . The Layer’s property sheet is displayed.
Edit the layer properties as required.
Name - Name of layer.
Message - The message associated with the object.
Max. Visibility Distance - Sets the distance from the camera above which the layer disappears.
Oversampling - The mesh layer’s Level of Detail (LOD). When set to Normal, TerraExplorer determines the optimal quality to performance balance based on the current view. The “High” and “Best” settings will load higher quality blocks but are also more resource-intensive.
Display Style - Select a mesh model display style. The mesh model can include a wireframe and be textured, solid color, or semi-transparent (x-ray).
X-ray - Semi-transparent model, enabling you to see through all model walls
Replace Terrain with Ground - Select the check box to replace terrain imagery and elevation in mesh area with the 3DML’s ground layer (created in 3DML from PhotoMesh).
Maintain Aspect Ratio - Maintain the mesh layer's proportional relationship between the width, length, and height. If Yes is selected, when the scale factor in one axis is modified, the scale factor in the other two axes is automatically adjusted to maintain the original width:length:height ratio. If No is selected, the scale factor in each axis can be modified independently of the other axis scale factors.
Scale - Determines the dimensions, of the mesh layer. The actual size of the model in the 3D World is the size of the model in its internal coordinate system times the Scale value, (i.e., if the model has a width of 5 units and the scale is set to 10, the width of the object in the 3D World is 50 meters)
X - Enter the X-coordinate for the point cloud model’s pivot point.
Y - Enter the Y-coordinate for the point cloud model’s pivot point.
Altitude - Enter the altitude, as defined in Altitude Method, for the point cloud model’s pivot point.
Yaw - The direction angle of the mesh layer along the vertical axis relative to north.
Pitch - The tilt angle of the mesh layer along its lateral axis relative to the horizon.
Roll - The roll angle of the mesh layer along its longitudinal (front-to-back) axis.
Default Location - Click to restore to default position.