- When building out your existing conditions…aerial imagery is a great place to start…because it's a relatively lightweight source of data…and it gives you a clear picture…of where you are in the world.…Let's see how to get aerial imagery into your model.…Before we begin I want to discuss the data…that we retrieved actually during what…was shown in the last video.…If I bring up Windows Explorer…and go to the Data Sources folder…that I have within my Exercise Files folder…you'll see that I've got three folders here:…Orthoimagery, Terrain, and Transportation.…
We're going to focus Orthoimagery folder for this video…and you can see that I have two .jp2 files in here…that represent the aerial imagery…that I want to show in my model.…So, let's keep that in mind for now…and I also want to open a specific model.…So, to do that from InfraWorks home…I'll click the Open button,…I'll browse to my Exercise Files folder,…and I'm going to choose the Chapter 02…Lynda Heights.sqlite file.…
Choose that, click Open,…and InfraWorks will open that model.…
- Exploring the InfraWorks interface
- Creating new models
- Importing imagery, terrain data, and more
- Creating and editing roads, coverages, buildings, and pipelines
- Adding trees, water features, barriers, and city furniture
- Styling your world with material and road styles
- Adjusting view settings
- Creating a snapshot, storyboard, or animation
- Rendering your model
- Analyzing your design
- Sharing the model
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring the World of InfraWorks
2. Creating an Existing World
3. Redesigning Your World
4. Add Detail to Your World
5. Change the Look of Your World
6. Present Your World
7. Analyze Your World
8. Share Your World
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