Learn how vector images differ from raster images by being comprised of paths rather then pixels. Discover how this can be beneficial as vector images then have the ability to scale without degrading the image quality. See how to generate a vector image f
- [Instructor] Now that we have generated…a few more views in our project,…let's again take a look…at some of the outputs available to us.…So, most of the outputs…are located within the Workshop tab,…and specifically under the Publishing section.…We've already taken a look at…the High Resolution Image output,…and those will output roster images…such as jpeg, and bitmap, and so on.…
But we also have the Technical Illustration option,…and this will output a vector image…opposed to a roster image.…Now, the difference being that roster images…are comprised of pixels,…whereas technical illustrations are comprised of paths.…Technical illustrations have the ability to…scale up or down without losing…too much quality.…
So, let's try to click on Technical Illustration here.…And my Workshop will automatically pop up…on the right hand side.…And again, I have a whole number of settings here…that I can fine-tune or customize as needed.…And I also have that same Multiple tab…so I can output multiple views at once, if required.…
- Composer terminology
- Creating your first view and image output
- Changing actor and background properties
- Using the transform tools
- Inserting explode lines
- Adding textures
- Working with a Bill of Materials (BOM)
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Detailed Images
3. Explode Images
4. Marketing Images
5. Working with Bill of Materials
6. Introduction to Simple Animations
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