So You've got your video and now you need to convert it into a set of photos for import. There are a multitude of ways to do this, and We'll go over our favorite here.
Keep in mind that you can use any method you're comfortable with, but these are what we've found to be the simplest.
Lightfield Photo Sets work best with 45-90 views, and have diminishing returns with views over 90. In this case we want to set the in and out point to the start and end of our capture. You can do this by dragging your video into the timeline and typing "I" for in, and then "O" to mark the out point.
Once you've got the in and out markers placed you'll need to export your video as a PNG sequence.
In this case, go to export -> media. Then choose PNG from the drop down. You'll also want to adjust frame rate to 5 so you get enough frames. If you find that you have less than 45 frames output, go ahead and increase the frame rate and re-export.
It's also a good idea to set a custom folder for the export location, this will make it easier to copy and import your files later.
If this process worked properly you should have a folder full of photos you can import into HoloPlay Studio!