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Relocate or merge a scene (from a TimeTravel) to another
Relocate or merge a scene (from a TimeTravel) to another

Move individual scenes or scenes from a TimeTravel to another existing image location on a sheet, e.g. if displaced during capturing.

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Written by Kristina Tenhaft
Updated over a week ago

This feature will help you to manage your TimeTravel better, create new TimeTravels also with already uploaded scenes and reassign displaced scenes:

  • move a scene from one TimeTravel to another

  • add a single already uploaded scene to a TimeTravel

  • merge a single already uploaded scene to another single already uploaded scene together to a TimeTravel

Changing the assigned scene location for a TimeTravel scene

Move any scene in your project to another scene’s location either to add to an existing TimeTravel or merge to create a new TimeTravel:

  1. Select the scene: Select the scene you want to move to another location in the Project Panel on the left. If this is a TimeTravel, make sure to select the right timestamp in the TimeTravel drop-down menu.

  2. Open the scene settings: Access the scene settings for the selected scene by clicking on the scene’s name above the preview thumbnail or on the little pen icon next to it.

  3. Assign to a new location: In the scene settings, navigate to the bottom of the view. Chose a new scene location where you would like to assign the currently selected scene to. The scene will then be moved as TimeTravel scene to the new location.

Please note that this feature can only be used to assign individual scenes to other existing scenes or TimeTravels in the same HoloBuilder project. 

TimeTravel UI in HoloBuilder


Why can’t I move some scenes from a TimeTravel?

These scenes are the so-called parent scenes which are used as the basis for all the linked TimeTravel scenes. In order to move these scenes, you first need to move all linked TimeTravel scenes to another scene location.

How can I move a scene from a TimeTravel to become a stand-alone scene?

You need to assign all other scenes to another scene/TimeTravel to isolate a specific scene and keep this as a stand-alone scene.


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