Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with the final animation, part of SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360.
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Okay, now that we've completed a couple…of animations, now we've got these fairly large…files that we'd like to share with colleagues or put it out on the internet.…The problem is is a lot of these files are extremely large.…In this case here, if I go to Properties, this video here is almost 700 megabytes.…It's definitely not something you can e-mail.…That's kind of a large file.…So I'd like to actually post this up…to a video sharing service like YouTube or Vimeo.…And we might even want to do some editing to this video…prior to doing so.…We might want to add in some captions, some data.…We might pull a couple of clips together.…
To do that, I'm just going to point out a…few of the services that are available on the internet.…And the first one I'm going to open up is iMovie.…iMovie ships for free with all the Macs. It's a quick, easy way to combine videos.…Add some text, some data into our videos.…And, just do some quick editing before we upload…it to a service on the internet like YouTube.…Another one I want to point out was the Adobe Premiere Elements.…
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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