Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Camera tools, part of SOLIDWORKS: Visualize.
- [Instructor] The camera tools button here allows you…to manipulate your model.…Go ahead and click on that to activate it.…We only have five different modes that we can select from.…The very first one is the rotate mode.…Click on that one,…and notice my cursor does switch to the rotate mode.…Now I can left-mouse click and rotate the model around.…If I hold down the middle-mouse button,…it allows me to actually pan.…If you scroll,…it allows you to twist it a little bit,…or change the camera view.…And if you right-mouse click,…and hold it down,…it allows you to zoom in and zoom out.…
Now I can also grab those individual tools…by selecting 'em here.…So, pan.…It allows me to do that,…and then if I use the middle-mouse button,…it does the zoom in, zoom out.…And if I use the right-mouse button,…it does the pan,…so they'll change depending on which mode you happen…to be in up here.…Same thing with the zoom mode.…Zoom in, zoom out with the left-mouse button.…Come over here, and jump into twist.…And I can twist the model.…And then, the very last one there is going to be the zoom into…
- 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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