Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a scene, part of SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360.
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A scene is a combination of a background, a floor, and lighting.…Think about a scene like a room in your house.…If you want to take a picture of a part…in the kitchen, you might have a toaster in the background.…SolidWorks has a bunch of pre-made scenes you can choose from.…Each one has a different background and lighting characteristics.…To load a scene, let's go ahead and do the following.…Number one, let's go ahead and open a model.…I'm going to choose 1.4 choose that assembly TI dash WT1 dash 20,…click on open, and I should be in the same…state it was when we left it in the last movie.…
Now, the first things we're going to do is…we're going to turn on the preview render window,…and when I click on that up here under…the render tools tab, I click on preview render.…And, that should open up a little rendering here.…It's going to give us this little pop up box that says,…hey, it's probably going to look better if you turn on perspective.…So you can do that if you'd like.…Go ahead and click okay.…And here is our preview window of what the rendering is going to look like.…
- 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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