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Using 3D

With the exception of adjustment layers, any layer can be designated as a 3D layer. When a layer becomes three-dimensional, it acquires additional transform properties as well as “material” properties exclusive to 3D layers (Figure 14.1). (See “Using 3D Orientation and Rotation,” “Using 3D Position,” and “Using 3D Material Options,” later in this chapter.) By default, 3D layers are positioned at a Z coordinate of 0.

Figure 14.1. When you make a layer three-dimensional, it acquires new transform properties that take Z-depth and rotation into account. Three-dimensional layers also have a Material Options property category.



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