Quick Tip 110: Using KeyShot Frontplates for Graphics Layout

by | Aug 18, 2020 | 0 comments

Frontplates are images with transparency that are placed in front of your renderings. This is great for enhancing a scene, adding a watermark or, with a favorite workflow technique we’ll show here, aligning your model within a graphic layout to ensure its placement before rendering a high-res version.

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