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I am a member of the DS SolidWorks user group program as a group leader. I am not compensated for these efforts. Special pricing on both the PhotoView and Creating Animations guide will photoviee in effect until Wednesday April 27th.

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We build fairly large machines, mainly of stainless steel. In there you can change a wide variety of settings for both your prelim and final renders. The only difference between these to renders is environment photovifw I had to dull the lighting on one of them so its wasn’t complete washed out.

You can not post a blank message. You don’t have JavaScript enabled. The Low Gloss Plastic appearances are excellent without the photorealistlc to fiddle with them.


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This blog is an extension of that community involvement and allows me to share what I hope is useful information with a wider audience of users. The first thing you might try is to use a Camera for the view or at least turn on Perspective for the main view. Then I’d suggest instead of just changing the color of components make sure you apply materials so that there will be texture and everything won’t look flat.

Using a camera like others have mentioned is very important for realistic looks, the other is the environment used in the scene.

Both are excellent ways to easily explore different rendering options such as lighting and appearances.

I am in occasional contact with employees at DS SolidWorks Corporation and photorealisticc sometimes asked to provide feedback on new products or programs.

DS SolidWorks Corporation has paid for my travel, accommodations, and some meals for various user group events including SolidWorks World. This content has been marked as final. This will give you a scene that looks much more natural to the eye. Please type your message and try again. Faster CPU speed means you can render faster but still it doesn’t make your rendering better or worse.

Cameras can soolidworks used in both SolidWorks and PhotoView and have benefits not only for rendering but model visualization as well. Lighting could also have an impact – check the “scenes” being used as a good starting point for this. Definitely turn on perspective. I am not compensated for my user group involvement. Chapter 10 digs deeper into scenes and lighting.


I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. I’d like to know how I can improve my renders from Photoview. The book Rob mentioned is excellent.

In Chapter 11 the power of Display States and Configurations are shown. Chapter 8 is all about cameras. You should check out this book. You can view a full table of contents here.

Posted on April 23, in PhotoView Better renderings can be had from lots of factors including but not limited to, materials, lighting, cameras, experience, etc. I recently got a new computer and my renders still look the same even though my dendering is significantly more powerful in CPU and GPU performance. Your email address will not be published.

GPU has absolutely no effect at all on a PhotoView render. Just to clarify and in the interest of full disclosure. In Chapter 7 decals are covered.