The plugin cannot export an image layer only. Basically, it requires
one DEM raster layer to export one image layer - a DEM surface will be
draped with a texture image. Therefore, you need to create a DEM
raster with an elevation value for each image layer. Raster calculator
is a good tool to do this. You can create 2 cols x 2 rows rasters that
cover the whole plot, using the raster calculator. Then you can export
the DEM rasters with the layer images draped, using layer image option
in DEM layer settings panel.
2016-07-09 8:28 GMT+09:00 Ian Yau <yau.ianh...@gmail.com>:
> I have four surfaces representing soil moisture in a research plot. I would
> like to display them in a 3D view stacked on top of one another with a gap
> in between each, simulating a soil column.
> In the past, I've done this with ArcScene by setting a height offset for
> each layer then playing with the angle view.
> How can I do this in QGIS? I've played with the Qgis2threejs plugin, but
> can't find a way to set a height for each layer.
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