I'm new at using Studio, so my apologies if the answer to this is obvious.
How does one combine exports, into a world?
I'm using the test version so I can only do one image at a time. I made one AR, downloaded it, then deleted my image and made a second download. I now have two downloads on my computer which I upload to my server.
I then create a world for the Wikitude service, but it only allows me to set a URL to one of the uploaded exports. How do I make a world have multiple (as once I purchase there will be many to combine)? Or, am I not understanding how this would work?
about 4 years ago
don't worry at all for your question which is perfectly understable, and we will be happy to help you.
As far as I understood, you are looking for a way to merge two (or more) Studio projects in an ARchitect world which you would like to submit in the DevZone.
Actually you should create a separate ARchitect world (in the Devzone) for each project created in Studio (in your case, 2). As a matter of fact, one Studio project can be seen as an indipendent app which can be even downloaded as template for a native project (Android or iOS).
Our subscription model is based on number of targets you can upload. It doesn't matter how many projects you are going to create. For example, if you own a subscription Studio 100 then you are enabled to upload 100 targets: it doesn't matter if you create 1 project containing 100 targets or, viceversa, you create 100 projects with 1 target.
By the way, please help us to understand better your needs: we would be truly glad to know more about your use case and which feature you are looking for.
about 4 years ago
Thanks for the reply.
What I would like to do is create a virtual tour for a town - where one can point their device at a building, and get historical facts, a 100 year old photograph, etc.
I thought the easy way would be to use Studio and upload these through your Wikitude App...but if I wanted 100 locations in our town...at 149/month...this isn't viable as this is a fun project for me, not something that has any funding behind it.
It sounds to me that the only cost-effective way to do this, is to be able to make an app with SDK Flex or Lite (for the unlimited distribution) so that I'm not paying a monthly fee. However, this is out of my range of skill - for while I have some HTML and CSS knowledge, I am not a programmer.