Quickly recall your render and re-render them based on your latest modifications.
- [Instructor] Let's open up the exercise file … for this lesson. … So here we have a simple assembly, … we have a rotating platform, … and on top of it is our bottle. … Let's head up to our browser, … specifically the folder, Named Views, … let's expand this. … In Fusion 360, by default, we are given four named views. … I'm going to hit shift + one. … Now, those four named views are the top, … the front, the right, and home. … Let's left-click on this viewport, … and pressing shift and one at the same time, … let's say we have a specific camera view … that we will be presenting to our marketing. … So I'm going to orbit, … head to front view, and zoom in to our label. … In this instance, we can now save this current camera view … by heading to Named Views, right-click, … and selecting New Named View. … Let's rename this to Camera01, hitting enter. … On the other hand, let's say we have something to point out … to our design manager. … Heading back to home view, … and let's zoom in and rotate this a bit, …
- Inserting a reference image
- Revolving a sketch
- Embossing the text
- Creating labels
- Applying appearance
- Working with scene settings
- Local rendering
- Setting the scene
- Conducting and rendering the motion study
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Modeling Stage
2. Pre-Render Stage
3. Bubbly Scene
4. Spotlight Scene
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5. Outdoor Scene
6. Render Options
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