Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing renderings with the Render Gallery, part of AutoCAD: Rendering.
Another great thing about the Cloud is…not only will Revit perform an action for you…by rendering your drawing,…but Autodesk will store your renderings…to check out years later.…By going to the Autodesk rendering gallery,…we will see how Autodesk allows you…to manage your renderings.…Notice I'm already signed in.…If you're not signed in,…just go ahead and click this and sign in.…Now, for our Autodesk 360,…I'm going to jump over to "Render Gallery".…Now, everything I've been rendering…for quite awhile,…say "Drawing Two"...…
I actually like this rendering a little bit better.…So, we can click the drop-down,…we can "re-render it", "render as",…"show preview image", we can do a lot of stuff.…We're allowing Autodesk to manage our renderings,…which is really cool.…So, now I can look down and look at…all of the different stuff I've rendered.…Very cool.…i don't even remember half this stuff,…but it was certainly a lot of fun.…So, now in our rendering library,…we can go through everything we've ever rendered.…
If we click on "new",…
- Exploring workspaces
- Adding and mapping materials
- Setting up visual styles and viewports
- Adding and adjusting lighting
- Rendering a scene
- Creating cameras
- Animating a scene
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