[Paraview] image (2d) in a 3D plot

Utkarsh Ayachit utkarsh.ayachit at kitware.com
Tue Feb 16 09:46:45 EST 2010

If you directly

You can alternatively create the "Plane" source, then apply the
transform filter to move the plane to where ever you want the label to
be (make sure all scale factors are > 0). Then on the display tab,
there from the "Apply Texture" combo box, choose load and load your

On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 7:37 AM, Sven Buijssen
<sven.buijssen at tu-dortmund.de> wrote:
> Rafael,
> Just close the 2D view after importing the image, switch back to a 3D view and
> turn on visibility of the imported image by clicking on the grayed out eye next
> to it in the pipeline browser. You might have to reset the camera, though, to
> auto-adjust zoom etc. in order to be able to see the image along with your other
> 3D objects.
> Sven
> Rafael Pacheco wrote, On 16.02.2010 13:23:
>> Utkarsh
>>> What is the problem that you are facing? How are you trying to import
>>> the image?
>> I am simply opening the png file when I have my 3D plot, what happens is that
>> paraview opens a new window for a 2D plot. How should I import the image?
>> thanks
>> Rafael
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