The World’s Own Story
Google Earth Studio is a free multimedia animation software by developed Google. The animation software is designed for graphic design with 3D images. It utilizes the already available Google Earth for rendering the 3D models.
Utilizing the Latest Mapping Technology
Google Earth was initially released on June 11, 2001, for the sole purpose of viewing Earth from every available angle. It utilizes several photos from street level to aerial view via satellite for accurate rendering of Earth. Users can view streets, cities, landscapes and even continents. Other utilities include mapping the stars and other celestial bodies. The availability of Google Earth on various platforms, along with its intuitive tools makes it a reliable platform for discovering the world.
Rendering Maps Into 3D Environment
Google Earth Studio is mainly applied for producing animation, at the same time it makes the process simpler for beginners. The animation software utilizes Google’s Native Client technology for the rendering. This animation software comes with Keyframe Animation tools that are standard to every animation software today. Users can move the virtual globe, as well as set keyframes at scenes of their choice. Users are provided two choices of capturing scenes. They can either have an orbit view of the planet or a flight from one point of the globe to another point. There are five available templates for capturing scenes easily. It has animation effects for the camera. It allows manipulation of the sun’s position, the field of view for the virtual camera and so much more. The animation software features convenient map labeling and pins when doing post production. It is also compatible with Adobe After Effects via 3D Camera Export.
Every Place Has A Story
Google Earth Studio is a helpful tool for a 3D animators who need to render geographically accurate locations on Earth. Creating 3D models for streets, buildings, trees, bodies of water and landscapes may take too much time. The animation software can cut down that procedure and instead jump into the cinematography. This is ideal for educational or professional projects that require rendering specific geographic locations.