Sure this looks like a really cool car racing though a city but I’m guessing most of you are all thinking the same thing, “I would never need to animate a car chase.” Please keep in mind that 3DVIA Composer is not limited to any kind of market. With the power of 3DVIA Composer you can leverage your CAD data and create a magnitude of publications and interactive animations that jump completely out of the box. In turn your publications will stand out from the rest, not only saving you valuable time but ultimately landing you more business.
For per-pixel rendering, Depth of Field, Anti Aliasing and Ambient Occlusion you have complete control over the behavior when toggled on and off in the properties.
Our recommended settings are to “Use Document Settings” and set to “On Idle”.
To do this go to “File > Preferences > Viewport” and set everything under High quality rendering to “Use Document Settings” and “On Idle”.
The new release of 3DVIA Composer is packed with some great new features.
Create interactive content easier than ever with interactive storyboards. Simply drag and drop views onto the viewport or a part and your document instantly becomes interactive.
As SolidWorks users or 3D CAD users we understand the benefits 3D design. We see a higher efficiency, better visualization and improved quality. However, we are still using SolidWorks drawings, 2D screenshots and photos for our documentation. What benefits can 3D provide for documentation? Can we see similar results in other departments outside of engineering? Garth Coleman from 3DVIA recently discussed similar questions in an article in from the 3DMojo.com blog here