Get started with the user interface
- Adobe Aero User Guide
- What is Adobe Aero
- Adobe Aero mobile (iOS) system requirements
- What is Augmented Reality
- Common AR terminologies
- Adobe Aero | Common questions
- Get started with the user interface
- In-app learning resources in Adobe Aero
- Using mobile gestures in Adobe Aero
- Key 3D modeling concepts
- What's new in Adobe Aero
- Aero desktop
- Aero Player (Beta) on Android
- Make your digital assets ready for AR
- Import AR-ready assets
- Design AR experiences
- Export and share
- Cloud documents and storage
- Examples, ideas, and inspirations
Learn about the app interface of the Home screen, Edit mode, Preview mode, and the toolbar in Adobe Aero.
On your iPad or iPhone, tap the Aero app icon.
Sign in with your Adobe, Apple, Facebook, or Google ID.
Once you've signed in, provide access to your device camera.
When you launch Adobe Aero, the Home screen gives you quick access to create a project, access online Help tutorials, access cloud documents, and more.
A. Your work B. Learn C. Discover D. Create new E. Import and open F. Settings G. Sync documents
- Your Work: access all your Aero documents.
- Learn: learn how to use Aero with online tutorials.
- Create new: create an AR experience.
- Import and open: import .real files into Aero.
- Settings: view storage information, access online help articles, or sign out of your account.
- Sync documents: indicator to show synchronization of your cloud documents
To learn more about managing Aero Cloud Documents, see Work with cloud documents.
When an object is selected in Edit mode, a Toolbar appears in the lower part of the screen. The Toolbar lets you move, rotate, scale, duplicate, rename, group, delete or replace an asset. You can also add interactivity to the asset and change the placement of layers in a layered file.
To learn more about moving, rotating, scaling and grouping objects, see Place and Edit Scene Content.
After you finish editing, you can preview, record, and share your experiences with others in the Preview mode.
To learn more about recording, and sharing a video, see Capture an image, video, and share a link.
We've helped you understand the interface of Adobe Aero. You can now go ahead and create your first AR experience by importing assets into Adobe Aero.