PhotoView 360 2010 introduces a lot of new functionality that makes it a more capable product and moves it closer to replacing PhotoWorks in the 2011 release. I’ve created eight tutorial videos in cooperation with SolidWorks to explain and expose users to this new functionality. The videos will be appearing at the SolidWorks Gallery website in the very near future. Until then I’m going to give you a sneak peak at all of them right here at my blog! I’ll be posting one video a day for the next eight days, be sure and check back each day to view them all.
PhotoView 360 2010 adds the ability to use background images in your rendering. Load the image, adjust your model and render. Background images are a quick and easy way to place your model in a real world scene and achieve another level of realism in your rendering. Watch the video to learn how.
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I am in occasional contact with employees at DS SolidWorks Corporation and am sometimes asked to provide feedback on new products or programs. I am not compensated for these efforts.
I provide occasional consulting services to DS SolidWorks Corporation, for which I receive compensation.
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