Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Raster vs. vector, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- So CH09-02, we're just looking at the difference between…raster and vector in layout.…a rasterized view is a pixelated view…so like our textures they become pixelated…when zoomed into one of these you can see…a sort of pixel definition.…This is also set to a low resolution I think,…so document, setup and then under the paper…we'll see edit quality set to low,…output quality set to medium,…but probably go and set my output quality to high…so you get the best looking…view that you can when you print it out.…
Edit quality, probably change that to medium…just so we get a slightly crisper looking plan…when we're working on it.…So that sharpened these backgrounds up and also the lines.…Now the lines become rasterized as well…so even though they are straight line, sort of pixel lines,…they might not exactly be where they belong…they're going to fall where the pixels fall on the screen…and they don't sort of join on the corners.…So there's a couple of compromises that you make…when you rasterize…and the best thing is to have a rasterized backdrop,…
AuthorPaul J. Smith
- Creating a template watermark
- Mixing and saving styles
- Adding and updating scenes
- Aligning and animating scenes
- Adding and animating sections
- Creating views
- Customizing layout preferences and document setup
- Working with references in LayOut
- Building a template
- Working with site plans
- Coordinating plans and elevations
- Adding text, dimensions, and title blocks
- Building a scrapbook
Skill Level Intermediate
2. All About Styles
3. All About Scenes
4. All About Sections
5. Creating the Views for Layout
6. Into LayOut
7. Creating the Template
8. Site Plans
9. Floor Plans and Elevations
10. Coordinating Plans and Elevations
12. The Amazing Scrapbook
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