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Script error while adding assets to Spin set in AEM.

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Hi,

 

While trying to create a spin set and adding assets to it I am getting below script error.

 

jquery.js:9752 Uncaught ReferenceError: s7jsonError is not defined

 

AEM - 6.5.9.0  | Run mode - dynamicmedia_scene7 

 

Dynamic media connection is successful and the assets are uploaded to Dynamic media.

 

Thanks,

Debasis

 

 

 

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Hi @debasis-swain 

 

Have you taken care of these steps while capturing the images for spin set?

 

  • At minimum, use 8-12 images in a one-dimensional spin set and 16-24 images in a two-dimensional Spin Set. A minimum of 8 images is necessary to be able to turn 360°. One-dimensional Spin Sets are more common as creating two-dimensional Spin Sets is labor-intensive.
  • Use a lossless format; TIFF and PNG are recommended.
  • Mask all images so the item appears on a pure white or other high-contrast background. Optionally, add shadows.
  • Make sure that product details are well lighted and in focus.
  • Take spin images for fashion clothing with a mannequin or model. Often the mannequin is either masked (using a glass mannequin) or a stylized mannequin/dressform is shown in the image. You can create an on-model spin set by defining the number of angles. Mark each angle with tape on the floor so you can guide the model to step and look in the direction of each shot.

Here is the link:

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-65/assets/dynamic/spin-sets.html?lang=en

 

Thanks!

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hi @debasis-swain 

 

Have you taken care of these steps while capturing the images for spin set?

 

  • At minimum, use 8-12 images in a one-dimensional spin set and 16-24 images in a two-dimensional Spin Set. A minimum of 8 images is necessary to be able to turn 360°. One-dimensional Spin Sets are more common as creating two-dimensional Spin Sets is labor-intensive.
  • Use a lossless format; TIFF and PNG are recommended.
  • Mask all images so the item appears on a pure white or other high-contrast background. Optionally, add shadows.
  • Make sure that product details are well lighted and in focus.
  • Take spin images for fashion clothing with a mannequin or model. Often the mannequin is either masked (using a glass mannequin) or a stylized mannequin/dressform is shown in the image. You can create an on-model spin set by defining the number of angles. Mark each angle with tape on the floor so you can guide the model to step and look in the direction of each shot.

Here is the link:

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-65/assets/dynamic/spin-sets.html?lang=en

 

Thanks!