Join Eric Chappell for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring the model, part of Up and Running with InfraWorks.
- There are certain tasks you'll want to perform…in the early stages of your model,…so that you have the best experience.…Let's take a look at how to configure…your units, set the coordinate system…and set the model extent, to get the best performance.…I've opened the Chapter Two, Hotel Lynda model…and set the current proposal to "Configure_Model".…I'll also press the "home" key on my keyboard,…which I already am at home view…so you won't see any change there.…But I recommend that you do that, too,…so that you and I start…with the screen looking exactly the same.…
While we're zoomed way out on the model…we can actually see one of the things…that I want to address in this video.…The tan area represents the extent of our model,…however, if you look at the coverage…of our aerial imagery, it's much smaller than that.…So one of the things we want to do early on…in the model is get model extent down…as small as we can get it.…And you can think of it this way:…the model extent is the amount of area…that InfraWorks thinks about.…
- Working within the InfraWorks environment
- Building a model of existing conditions
- Creating a new design with roads, coverage, and buildings
- Add detail with trees, water features, and points of interest
- Using styles to change the appearance of your design
- Presenting your design
- Analyzing your design
Skill Level Beginner
1. Work within the InfraWorks Environment
2. Establish Existing Conditions
3. Create Your Design
4. Add Detail
5. Create and Apply Styles
6. Present Your Design
7. Analyze Your Design
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