Lesson 1: Configurations - Configurations can be created and manipulated within the Visualize environment to create different versions of a model where visual aspects, such as appearances, are changing. Once introduced to this functionality users will learn how to output images from specific configurations.
Lesson 2: Key Frame Animation - Attendees will learn how to navigate through and edit the sequence of events that determine the movements in the final animation. At the end of this lesson users will understand how to hide or show parts, manage transitions between events in the animation, animate cameras and finally how to appropriately select output settings for animations.
Lesson 3: Walkthrough Animation - This lesson covers an alternative way of moving around the model using a ‘Walkthrough camera’ mode which is good for creating animations where you want the height constant.
Lesson 4: Automatic Animation Tools - This lesson shows attendees the functions available to automatically create rotational, linear or turntable animations.
Lesson 5: Additional Output Options - In this, the final lesson of the course, render queueing and advanced render types are taught. These types include VR (360degree rotation of models) and Sun Studies. The course finishes considering the benefits offered by Visualize Boost (network rendering).