Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Rasterized links in LayOut, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- [Instructor] Chapter 5-04, we're going to look at … the rasterized links in LayOut, … as opposed to the hybrid or the vector. … When you bring a file in or link a file … from SketchUp into LayOut, … then the view that's the SketchUp scene has been based on … is rendered as a raster as the default option. … You can control on the Document Setup … under the Paper section, … the quality of the display resolution … and the output resolution for the rasterizing. … What that means is we've got no real control … over the model lines in LayOut, … so all the work has to be done in SketchUp. … I'm just going to flick over to the scene in SketchUp … that we are going to bring in. … It's this one, it's the floor plan raster, … and we've got, basically, a floor plan … with a section cut through it. … It's orthographic in its view, … so the camera is set to parallel projection … and we can see all of the bits of furniture. … What we're going to get, if I go back to the scene, … is, effectively, this. …
AuthorPaul J. Smith
- Customizing LayOut preferences
- Working with the drawing tools in LayOut
- Adding text and labels
- Creating linear and angular dimensions
- Creating templates
- Linking SketchUp with LayOut
- Building a scrapbook
- Exporting options
Skill Level Intermediate
SketchUp 2018 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri3h 58m Beginner
1. Introduction to SketchUp for Architecture
2. Setting Up LayOut
3. Drawing and Annotation
4. Creating and Saving Templates
5. Linking SketchUp to LayOut
6. The LayOut Scrapbooks
7. Finishing Off the Pages
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