Join Jim Cowan for an in-depth discussion in this video Scene animation using search sets, part of Navisworks Advanced.
- [Instructor] There's a second type of animation…you can create, which is a scene animation…that's distinct from the viewpoint animations.…The way I'm going to create that is if I open Animator,…I've moved this so it's at the bottom-center of my screen,…as I need to say, Add Scene.…I give it a name.…I'm going to call that Exploded Model.…
And, if I want, I can define which objects…I'm going to use in the animation.…There's three ways I can pick those objects.…I can pick them from the selection tree,…for example, picking the roof.…Or, it would be the same thing…if I'm picking it in the model when I'm picking that roof.…What I'm going to do is add that to this scene…as something that I'm going to manipulate…using any of these tools up here…to transform, to scale, to move, to rotate.…
So, what I want to do is make sure that…I've got Exploded Model highlighted.…Not the name there, but the actual row, so it's highlighted.…I can do that by picking on a gray area of the row.…And then, if I've got the basic roof selected,…
- Navigating the Navisworks user interface
- Creating Navisworks files
- Revit view templates
- Creating and reusing search sets
- Scene animation using search sets
- Exporting a viewpoint animation and a render animation
- Using grid plan views
- Appending and creating a clash view
- Updating the clash test
- Visualizing clashes
Skill Level Advanced
1. Introduction to Navisworks Manage
2. Options: Setting Up for a Project
3. Creating Navisworks Files
Grid plan view5m 24s
4. Search Sets
5. Clash Detective
Next steps1m 29s
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