Setting the 3D elements
3D of a layer is created by making it translate from left to right or in opposite direction.
When the 3D is increased the layer crosses more lenses (moves move)
The more 3D you apply to a layer the fuzzier it will appear
Choosing the lens
High LPI frequency will give you a High Definition image.
High LPI frequency is better for small images seen from close.
Low LPI frequency will give you a Big 3D.
Low LPI frequency is better for large images seen from a distance.
High LPI frequency focusing on a THICK substrate will take no time to print.
Low LPI frequency focusing on a THIN substrate will take more time to print.
Printing and registration
Angle registration is very important. You need to registrate on the same side of the substrate to keep the angle right.
Dust or dirt can cause poor adhesion of the lens.
Only transparent substrate of the correct thickness should be used.