Join Josh Modglin for an in-depth discussion in this video Scenario browser, part of InfraWorks 360 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] With the Storyboard Creator that we saw under the Design Presentation option here, we are able to create an animation. But at no time can we pause and change what we're looking at. We can either pause or we can play but we can't really change what we're looking at. Once the storyboard's created, that is the animation that we see. Scenario takes that concept and goes a step further and allows us to share the entire model or portions thereof, to even those who may not have InfraWorks.
So we're going to go ahead and see how we do that. Again, I'm in the Storyboard Proposal, I have the Create and Conduct InfraWork Design Presentations functions opened and we have the flyout menu here. We're going to go ahead and create Managed Scenarios, which opens up the Scenarios pallette. We're going to add a new scenario and when we do, it opens up this card and allows us to, first off, name the scenario. So we're going to name it Bridge and, of course, you can put a description here. Concrete girder bridge and so on and so forth, what is our design? You can even select from the many proposals that we've created, which proposal are we publishing with this scenario? So you can can select from the many scenarios at Proposals, it doesn't have to be the current one.
But we're going to leave it as Storyboard, which is the current one. And then the Area of Interest, we don't have to publish the whole model, but we can publish Areas of Interests. In this case, we're going to go to the entire model and this view of our bridge is the home, or starting point. With the scenario, we can even include storyboards. So let's go ahead and include the storyboard we created in our last exercise. And then finally, how are people going to access this scenario? Is it people that are always in the specific group that we've added as users within our group, or are we giving full public access? So once we have that, we go ahead and have created that.
Of course, we can edit that at any time. Once we have the scenario created, we can open that scenario in the web browser, we can send a link through email to anyone in our group, or even if we published publicly, we can send that URL as well. Let's go ahead and take a look at that scenario in the web browser as we open it up. The web browser will, of course, will require you to sign in to Autodesk, and once we have it open here, it will provide us-
- What is InfraWorks?
- Model Builder and Model Explorer
- Navigation tools
- Creating roads, buildings, land areas, and city furniture
- Using query tools
- Terrain and feature themes
- Working with styles
- Adding decorations
- Designing roads, bridges, and drainage
- Creating a storyboard