SOLIDWORKS Video Course: Making Movies

SOLIDWORKS boasts movie-making functionality that engineers and product designers can use to tell a story about their designs. These animations can help you sell others on your design ideas, as well as clearly communicate how a product should be built and operated. In this course, Elise Moss steps through how to make a movie of your own in SOLIDWORKS. Elise covers how to create motion studies, work with cameras, create your script, control the appearance of your objects, and work with camera views and movement. To wrap up the course, she goes over rules and best practices that can help you determine the overall message of your movie, craft a great script, set up your model, and more.

Topics include:

  • Working with the motion study interface
  • Rotating, exploding, and collapsing a model
  • Writing a great script
  • How to make things move
  • Creating keypoints for camera views
  • Writing a script to control appearance
  • Writing a script that combines appearances, camera views, and movement
  • Rules for a great script



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