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Give your video a name (the graphic above calls ittour).UseAVIas the file type.ClickExportwhen you’re ready.Use the default options for Video Compression when ArcGlobeprompts you, so just clickOK.ArcGlobe will start playing back your video in the View while itexports to AVI format. This may take a couple of minutes. Don’t touchany controls or switch windows; just let the video play.When the playback is finished in ArcGlobe and the exporting is com-plete, open the AVI file using a video player on your computer (suchas the Windows Media Player) and view your animation. If you’reSOURCE: ARCGLOBE/ESRISOURCE: ARCGLOBE/ESRI
425Step 18.6: Using 3D Objects in ArcGlobeSTEP 18.6Using 3D Objects in ArcGlobeA university campus is more than just a bunch of buildings. As a campusmarketing person, you would want to showcase some unique items around thecampus, as well as provide a better representation of the campus’s greenery orparking areas. As such, the next visualization tools you’ll use in this lab are the3D object features. Rather than displaying vector objects like trees or cars assimple points, you’ll use 3D objects to represent them in ArcGlobe.Add the church feature class to ArcGlobe, using the default settings for scaleand appearance when it’s added. Extrude it to the [Height] attribute, but this timeuse theAdding it to each feature’s base heightoption. This is a (very) simpli-fied version of St. John’s church on Wick Avenue next to the M1 parking deck.Change the symbology so that the church polygon is a different color from therest of campus.Add the trees feature class to ArcGlobe. A set of dialogs will appear for you tocontrol the settings of the layer on the globe.QUESTION 18.9Submit (or show) your AVI file to your instructor, who willcheck over your work for completeness and accuracy to make sure you getcredit for this question.unhappy with it (for example, if there is too much hesitation or the flight is notsmooth enough), return to ArcGlobe and re-record a new animation, then exportit to a new AVI file. Answer Question 18.9.In the Feature Option dialog, chooseDisplay features as 3D vectors. ClickNext.SOURCE: ARCGLOBE/ESRI
426C H A P T E R 1 8How to Represent Geospatial Data in 3D with ArcGIS 10.2In the Typical Scale section, slide the arrow to the option forBuildings 1:305.Make sure theShow layer at all distancesradio button is selected. ClickNext.In the Symbol Size dialog box, select the option forDisplay symbols in real-world units.ClickFinish.You will see that the trees have been added to ArcGlobe’s Table of Contents asa “Floating Layer” and drawn with a default red push-pin symbol. The first thingto do is switch the layer over to a draped layer (like your buildings) so they willsit properly on the globe.

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