Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Masking decals, part of SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360.
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The background of an image can be removed by adding a masking…image over the top or choosing a color to remove from the image.…The color selection method works fine if you have a uniform background…like white or black, however this doesn't work well with other color variations.…To use a masking image we need to have one and generally that's the first problem.…Anyways, let's go over a few of the options.…First lets open this inlay, open the part and…I want to place a decal right on that top surface.…So I'm going to go ahead and choose the surface, go up to PhotoView 360> Edit…Decal and go ahead and choose a logo from Desktop>Exercise…Files>Chapter 5>Logos and lets choose that red logo which is a JPEG image.…
Because it's a JPEG, there's no alpha channel.…So I have a white background here.…I want to get rid of that.…So first choice is to come down here to selective…color mask.…And if I come up to the image itself I can choose this little eye dropper.…I can come up here and I can eye drop away a portion of the image.…
- Prepping the model
- Applying materials and textures
- Working with glass
- Positioning the camera
- Adding lighting
- Rendering from multiple angles
- Outputting an image
- Animating your scene
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