Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Loading cameras, part of SOLIDWORKS: Visualize.
- [Narrator] In this video,…I want to cover a little bit more in depth…some of the camera options.…So over here, I'm going to add one more new camera.…So go ahead and right click here and say new camera.…There's my camera.…You can see the other cameras are in the scene.…Let's go ahead and zoom in here…so we can see our object.…And you can see what's going on here.…So I got a couple different options for cameras.…And it's really great to have…multiple cameras in your scene.…So you don't really need to move things around.…You can just kind of get those different views…by just double clicking on each camera.…If I double click on camera number two here now,…down here at the bottom, I can load a camera,…or I can save a camera file.…
And I want to point out why that's so cool.…So, saving a camera file out,…you can then put it here as your regular camera.…And these are other types of cameras…that have already been pre-setup, which is kind of cool.…So I'm going to call this one camera2, for instance.…And these are stored on your local system.…
- 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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