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Photorealistic Rendering Using SolidWorks and PHOTOVIEW 360 Guide / Manual

Special pricing on both the PhotoView and Creating Animations guide will remain in effect until Wednesday April 27th. This guide replaces the PhotoWorks guide and is specifically written for PhotoView Just to clarify and in the interest of full disclosure. This guide was not written or published by me. Each chapter builds on the previous one introducing new tools and concepts through case study examples that guide the reader along with step by step instruction.


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Example exercises can also be found at the end of each chapter giving the reader a recap of the chapter and allowing them more samples for practice. In Chapter 7 decals are covered.

Chapter 8 is all about cameras. Cameras can be used in both SolidWorks and PhotoView and have benefits not only for rendering but model visualization as well. Chapter 9 talks about the different methods to output your rendered image.

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Chapter 10 digs deeper into scenes and lighting. In Chapter 11 the power of Display States and Configurations are shown.

Both are excellent ways to uing explore different rendering options such as lighting and appearances. You can view a full table of contents here. Posted on April 23, in PhotoView Your email address will not be published.

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