In this video, learn how to create a two-point perspective of the model. Two-point perspectives provide the look of a traditional 3D drafted view.
- [Instructor] Underneath our visual settings … and the rendering tab, … the next command that we want to take a look at … is called projection. … Now projection is actually a very important command. … And the reason is that it controls the way … that the model is rendered … or is actually displayed inside of Inkscape. … More than likely unless you've changed the setting … in the past, you probably have a perspective view, … which makes the model look the way … that it has looked throughout pretty much all the lessons … that we've done so far. … Now, if you change the projection … from being a perspective to a two-point, … well, a two-point is still a type of perspective view, … and we may not see much of a difference … when we select on it. … But I'm going to go ahead and select on two-point, … we can start to see that it's starting to regenerate … ever so slightly here underneath Inkscape. … Now, what happens with a two-point perspective … is that this is the way … that we used to go about drawing these things by hand. …
- Starting Enscape from Revit
- Using the navigation tools
- Creating scenes
- Creating videos and panoramas
- Adding sound
- Exporting a project
- Setting exposure, depth of field, contrast, color, and more
- Adjusting rendering quality
- Adjusting settings in the Atmosphere and Capture tabs
- Adding fogs, wind, clouds, and more
- Customizing preferences and performance settings
Skill Level Beginner
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Unity 3D 2019 Essential Trainingwith Emmanuel Henri4h 12m Beginner
Render straight from Revit1m 20s
1. Enscape Basics
2. Creating Scenes
3. Visual Settings: Rendering an Image
4. Visual Settings: Atmosphere and Capture
5. General Settings
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