In my SketchUp file I will model something out and then place .png onto it.
The .png I will make in photoshop. They are usually logos or text with a transparent background.
They show up in my SketchUp while I’m using Sketchup, however…
When I save the file and open the file up in another rendering software to render it out, they either disappear, will show up somewhere else in the file with a solid color background instead of a transparent, or just a solid black box showing nothing.
I’ve tried Adobe Dimension, Keyshot, and TwinMotion from Unreal Engine. And all of them don’t work. I was told it is the way SketchUp saves the .png images in the file but I’m not sure.
I don’t want to have to add the .png’s in the rendering program because that would just give me double the work.
So I’m looking to solve one issue with two parts.
How can I keep those png images/labels on my skp model when opening them up in another rendering program?
How can I keep them where I placed them with their transparent background.
I apply as an image and position it, within SketchUp.
I know you can add them as a label within Twinmotion and the other rendering programs but I want to do it all in SketchUp. If I did it in Twinmotion or one of the other rendering programs I would be doing double the work.
And when I mean transparent background… I mean the actual .png , not the model itself.
I have some screenshots as examples I can show you but this forum won’t let me add more then one media attachament…