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Quality

Warning
The functionality described in this article is not available in the Community SDK edition.
You should upgrade to Engineering / Sim SDK edition to use it.

Output quality affects the final resolution of the terrain (and consequently the disk space required). The set of quality settings depends on the type of the output terrain object.

Object Landscape Terrain#

Export quality is from 1 to 100%. The percentage relates to the compression of the source data quality for the output. 100% quality means 0 compression, and reducing the quality value increases the compression.

Object Terrain Global#

The Sandworm tool defines the number of LODs, their visibility distances and densities automatically. You can change these settings individually for elevation, imagery, and details, if necessary. To modify LOD settings for the required data layer, disable the Automatic mode by unchecking the corresponding option.

In the manual mode you can modify the Density and Visibility Distance values by double-clicking on the corresponding cell and entering the required value.

Use the + (plus) button to add a LOD, or - (minus) to remove one.

Notice
In the manual mode, the LOD density should be specified more accurately, as this value determines the size of the tileset of the generated LOD: the higher the LOD density, the bigger the LOD tileset (the density is multiplied by 128 — the size of a single tile). Specifying high values may lead to visual artifacts at the edges of the terrain.
Last update: 2021-04-09
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