There are a few ways to begin creating an event plan in your Visrez account. You can work from an existing plan and create a copy by Saving As or start from an empty space. To open an Empty space just click the + icon for that space. Users can create a copy of another user’s plan but cannot save over another user’s plan. If you edit within another user’s plan you have to ‘Save As’ under a new name, or you can copy/paste any event set-up directly into any other space in your account.
You can either draw manually or use the set-up tool to create the event plan. To use the set-up tool, click on the New button in the top bar, select a capacity and a style, then choose the object and click Create and the builder will add the exact capacity to the plan.
To draw an event plan by hand click the Add Objects (Shortcut = A) in the left menu and follow the instructions selecting a set-up style.
Once you select the chair then just drag your mouse to create the exact capacity you want for your event plan. It’s that easy!
This works in multiple styles using allowing you to quickly create photorealistic 3D Event Plans.
Circle style allows you to generate an event set up with chairs in a circle and you can remove 50% for a semi-circle.
You can combine two or more objects into a group by first selecting using Select[S] and holding the CTRL key to add or remove objects to or from the group and press Group[G], an unlimited group of objects can be created. When selected the group can be moved, rotated, or duplicated. To separate select the group and press Ungroup[G].
Copy / Paste Set-Ups from Between Spaces
Copy/paste any event set-up directly into any other space in your account.
Open an Event Plan CTRL & A (to select everything) or Select[S] (to select specific objects)
CTRL & C (to copy)
Open the new event space from the Plans Page (Open an empty one)
CTRL & V will paste in the set-up into that space.
Remember all spaces have different dimensions and coordinates so once you have pasted in the set-up you may need to adjust it to fit the new space. This is done using the Move and Rotate Tools.