User Unlocks D&D Table in One-World Map
User imports a D&D table into a one-world map
Imports image from photobucket to an album in their imager account
Creates two object bags and initializes them
Finds the map and unlocks it.
Creating and Saving Custom Maps with Tabletop Simulator: A Tutorial
The video shows how to use Tabletop Simulator to create and save a custom map
The user opens their file explorer, goes into the documents folder, and finds the Tabletop Simulator folder where the mods and images are saved
He has to wait for thousands of files to load before he can find the correct image
He then uses an image editing program (paint.net) to scale it down to 1600×945
He copies the link of this image and goes back to the Tabletop Simulator table, pastes in the link, flips it around if necessary, builds it up and exports it as a save object
With this object he can now quickly add it back into his adventure.
Explore the World with One: A Mapping Software Revolution
One World is a software that allows users to build interactive maps
It provides an easy way to add and delete objects and NPCs, as well as reset the table like a board game
It is not necessary to change player character sheets in order to switch between maps or stories
Maps can be shared between players without them having to navigate exterior links.
Unleashing Creativity with Tabletop Simulator: A Pirate Ships Journey
This video explains how to use Tabletop Simulator to create models
It focuses on how to reclaim images and correct size issues
The video also shows how to access different maps and tables, as well as how to customize them with names and photos
Finally, the video showcases an example of a pirate ship-themed map that has been customized for use in a game.