In this video, Paul Tice provides an overview of what assets you can expect with a MatterPak order from the Matterport Cloud subscription.
- [Instructor] Matterport gives you the ability to view and download assets. And you can access those over here on the left side of your Matterport showcase model. So let's go through this. Right here we have photos. These are generated from the screen captures or the snapshots that we showed you how to take in a workshop mode in previous videos. So these are really easy to, go ahead and grab. You can delete them and you can also set them as your start location, right from this interface. Down here, we have videos. These are auto jobs by Matterport. So, it's really nice to be able to have this really quick little, intro video that you could potentially embed on your website or share with clients in a, quick way that just want to see the model, without having to actually navigate it themselves. And down here, we have the Floor Plan. Now the Floor Plan's really nice because it gives you a full schematic floor plan of the space that's accurate within 1 to 2%. It also gives you the square footage of each room, and can label each room as well. In order to buy that when you first process the model, this is turned off or grayed out, and that's because this model usually starts off, in private mode. So you can see right there, it's not available. So to be able to purchase this when you first create your Matterport model is you'll have to share it publicly, then you can purchase it. Now you might want to go ahead and after, you purchase this is to turn off the share mode and make it private again, depending on your security needs. So let's go into the purchase option here, buy, you can purchase your Floor Plan in metric, US Imperial, or both. You can hide the room dimensions. So that's the actual square footage of the space that it auto generates. You can have that not show up on your Floor Plan. You can hide the gross internal area, which is sort of a summary of the gross internal Floor Plan, square footage space or square meter. If it were that. And then down here, you can use the showcase orientation. Now the way this tool works is, Matterport generates your model, which allows you to view it in a Floor Plan view. However, that orientation is a little bit different than, the way Matterport defaults the export of the schematic Floor Plans with the creation of those. When it auto creates your Floor Plan, it puts the entranceway or what it thinks is the entranceway at the bottom of the Floor Plan when it prints it out. But if you like the way your Floor Plan is oriented, as it is when the model's generated, you'll want to go ahead and check this box, because that will orient it to the model's version of the Floor Plan. And then down here, the use custom showcase labels. Matterport allows you to, go ahead and create your own labels. As we showed you in workshop mode in a previous video. Now those labels can actually be used on your Floor Plan, if would like Matterport to auto-generate the room names based on AI, it will do that, but clicking this box, we'll use the labels that you've created. As an additional note, there are some instructions here on when you pull in the Floor Plan, you can also use a six inch wall thickness option, which may be available in some countries, because that is a requirement that they might have for certain schematic Floor Plans. And then you can just place your order. And usually it's about 15 to $20, depending on the time that you actually watch and use this video. Down here I want to show you what those Floor Plans look like. So I've downloaded some floor plans for Matterport, and this is Timberline lodge. It generated a PDF. So I could go ahead and zoom in here, and you can see that there is kind of a low res version, but it does show you the square footage of that. And then down here, we have that gross internal area that I talked about. So the individual JPEGs are also produced. And this was automatically generated. The orientation by Matterport. Now, if I would have used my own orientation, it may have turned this around a little bit, but you can see if I zoom in here, the dimensions are maybe a little bit cleaner. So these are just some things that you can go ahead and look at when you download that. And the last one here is the Matter Pack. Perhaps one of the most interesting for our team is the colorized point cloud. And you can use that for a variety of things, to include converting it to a recap file and bringing it into AutoCAD and just different things like that. And down here, we have the reflected ceiling plan. You can get those. A high resolution Floor Plan, which is different than the schematic Floor Plans. And that these are sort of screenshots. Hi-Res screenshots of the Floor Plan from the Matterport model itself, and then an OBJ or an object file of the 3D mesh. And that could be brought into third party applications, such as, Unity or Unreal or, any kind of other 3D application that you might be working with.