Learn to Render with SolidWorks Visualize
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 3 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Use Visualize to create incredible photo-realistic images of multiple types of 3D models.
- Improve the quality and realism of your renderings.
- Best practices and tips for using Visualize quickly and effectively.
- No prior knowledge necessary.
- Access to SolidWorks Visualize Standard or Professional.
Creating true photo-realistic renderings requires more than opening a software and clicking a few buttons with the default settings. While most rendering software packages on the market have dramatically improved the user experience there are still many techniques that will allow far superior renderings than the typical quick pass tutorial will give you. In this course we will cover how to create a quick renderings for getting immediate feedback for adjustments as well as creating true photo-realistic images, virtual reality outputs, panoramic images, and animations.
Formerly known as Bunkspeed, SolidWorks Visualize is a stand alone product that can import many different 3D file formats to create renderings and animations. This course will cover both the Standard and Professional versions.
- Anyone who wants to create photo-renderings with SolidWorks Visualize
In this section we are going to do a quick review of the SolidWorks Visualize user interface starting with the Home Screen.
In this video we will import a CAD file and review the settings available during the import process. The exercise files and examples are available for download here as well for the entire course. The exercisefiles.zip is the only one you will need for the course but the example zips are provided here as additional information if you would like to download them.
Overview and examples of Panoramic (360) and Virtual Reality renderings.
This is an example of a rendered and edited video using SolidWorks Visualize to create the rendered animation and then a video editing software to extend the still sections and add combine the projects.
Creating our first animation using the turntable and wine tray project.