Posts Tagged:PhotoWorks

PhotoView 360 2011

Last fall SolidWorks issued this announcement about the retirement of PhotoWorks and the future of PhotoView 360.  Beginning with the release of SolidWorks 2011, PhotoView 360 will now be the standard photorealistic rendering solution for all SolidWorks software versions moving forward. PhotoWorks will no longer be available. With the launch of SolidWorks 2011, SolidWorks software and PhotoView…

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The Retirement of PhotoWorks.

In a recent blog post Matt Lombard breaks the news about the retirement of PhotoWorks after the SolidWorks 2010 release.  This news probably doesn’t come as a surprise to most SolidWorks users since I think most expected PhotoView 360 to take over the SolidWorks rendering duties at some point.  The announcement really just gives us a…

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State of the State

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted so I thought I’d give a run down of what’s been happening with me.  A “State of the State “or maybe a “State of the Rob” is a better way to put it.  This could turn into a lengthy post so I’ve broken it up into sections, in no…

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PhotoView 360 SP 4.0 Adds Decal Support!

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New Step By Step Guides Now Available.

SolidWorks has just released the new PhotoWorks and MotionManager Step By Step Guides!  The Step By Step Guides are learn at your own pace manuals designed to be used by various skill levels.  As a beginner you can work your way through the chapters, each chapter covering a new topic and building on skills learned in previous chapters.  As an intermediate…

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New PhotoView 360 Video Tutorials

Clicking the “Gallery” icon in PhotoView 360 takes you to the SolidWorks website.  Up until now this website has been just what it’s named, a gallery of images.  That changed today when a collection of PhotoView 360 video tutorials were made available.  There are 7 tutorials in all.  The 5 tutorials in the “general”…

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