Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a camera, part of SOLIDWORKS: Visualize.
- [Instructor] When you're working with renderings…you need to think about it from a photography…or a videography point of view.…Now we have our object,…and that object can be spun around, rotated, and so on.…And that object is now sitting in an environment…or a scene, and I can then…rotate that scene around my object.…Now inside of that scene is also lights,…and those lights can move around,…be adjusted, and change colors.…Then we're going to be adding in cameras,…and I can have this camera here,…I can also have multiple cameras to shoot…the same exact object from multiple points of view,…multiple focal distances and so on.…
I have access to all those things right up here…under the Camera tab at the top,…and here's the existing camera that I already have.…Of course, I can come in here…and make adjustments to this camera as needed,…or I can come down to the bottom and say…I'd like to add a brand new camera.…Let's go ahead and do that.…Here's my brand new camera, and of course,…if I double click on it I have all those same controls.…
- Navigating SOLIDWORKS Visualize
- Using selection tools
- Applying materials
- Adding a scene, a backplate, and lighting
- Rendering from multiple cameras
- Adding configurations
- Removing the background
- Rendering an animation
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basic Navigation
4. Configurations and Groups
5. Image Output
Setting up an animation4m 16s
Next steps1m 18s
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