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Written by Scott Woods on December 3, Leave a Comment. Hi everyone, and thank you for joining us today. For Visualize you can actually do ten times faster rendering. But really the concept is what I just really want to get off there. You can export as 3D PDF. You can put into it a template, you can have dimensions, annotations, things like that, and we spice it up. Then we get into Composer. And in Composer, this is where we do all of the step-by-step procedures.
To take the model and to break it down into individual steps. Also, suppose you can do animations, so you can publish out of three, animation out of Composer video files. It will be the backbone of the of the project today. Now, in Visualize, this is where you get the photorealism imagery — the VR content. Now, all this stuff just spices up that assembly instruction and really takes question away from things.
So, first off, we have our cover image, right? This is a Composer rendering, this is kind of what you can expect to get out for your images but then we get into more of the technical application, something like this. Now, this guy right here, if you notice when I mouse over, it highlights. This is an SVG file and if I were to open that up by itself, this is what that SVG looks like. I have my text and some buttons that navigate forward and backward. But we have these buttons to go forward and backward for this assembly instruction but we have nothing to link to, right?
Next step and so forth, until we get the assembly completed. Okay now, the critical part here is, you want to name your views. Also if you click and hit F2, then you can modify that. You just type it in, so you just keyed in what the name is.
You define how you want to look here and then if you want your lines, your shadows, and colored regions. As long as I keep this project named the same, as long as I keep these files in the same, then when I export they would overwrite all the old ones in this process.
But all you have to do is save as a link to open up the folder you want to save into. Hit Save. And then with that selected it will save out every single one of this, at least it should. I noticed that when you first try to export a batch of STGs, nothing happens.
However, once you export one, just export one, then all of a sudden it like triggers Composer to enable the batch export. Just uncheck that. Save one out, then check it, and then it works. Okay, so with that said, this is how all of these files were created here.
So, see all of these STGs. So I just basically set up the structure, saved up the SVG and now I have something to link to them. Click on it. In the properties here, there is a link. This guy here is called top-level gripper. So if I hit those three dots and I say, well, what do I want to navigate to when and navigate to the folder? I see the top level gripper.
I say, okay, now this is where things get a little bit. I am on my desktop and an SVG false. So now if I were to move that SVG file off my desktop, then all of a sudden this link would break, right? He puts on the internet. You can do like a selection, you know, highlight, deleted. But you know, by just doing the manual deleted.
This is just a for sure way to get it. So I deleted everything but the filename hit enter now enters important. Make sure that actually, it is finding that file in that folder. And you think everything is good. You can even say about the SPG. SPG is good. So the thing to watch out for them now.
We got through the assembling. So let me show, let me show the publication. So I go back to my folder where everything is and you see I have everything dumped in this folder. I have an animation and I have a pdf. I got this file which will visualize cloud. I have like this guy, which is just a Jpeg, right? So if I want to link to the shape, hair gets in here now by putting everything in the same folder, everything those relatives links, all retained once we upload website.
And when you did the relative link, it opens up these files, these files referenced those false. Let me just drag it over. They open up in your browser. So by default in SVG is by default, it will open up your browser. And that is really the purpose of them. That just so happens to be where the files currently residing. That is the way it will work. Of course, I can take this one step further and do like a top-level assembly installation as well, like I have those pieces going.
And also in the sort of one last thing here. So if I hit this button, this is going to play an animation. This is a video. This video is created in Composer. Composer has a full animation timeline and you can do animation such as this and also, of course, it has procedural animations for assembling and things like that. I got a view of the subassembly, which is that guy right there. Once I go here, you can see this component. Everything else isolates or they get isolated out and add some color coding.
Only thing I did here was isolated those components, color code them. You select the component, right? You color code it here, added some balloons, building materials popped up from the adding those balloons and then I just edited the text here to point or to call out what these components are with the right ball ID. Also, these buttons would just from the previous steps. And right now I think they are blank. I need to add an event link to these components here. We need to save it out as an SVG.
That goes backward. So to do that again, we just go link, hit those three little dots. I go to the top level of Gripper, just make sure it pops in the field here. Hit enter. Enter the name of the state, so I was able to find that there are good to go.
That really just solidifies that I want to save that changeup just in case something happens. So with that, now I want to go to step one now. If I want to create a link on the main page, the top of the gripper to this. When somebody comes here and then click on this yellow image right here. Where they call this civil assembly, one. All right, so top-level gripper. Come back here, got our yellow block, who now we want to link. So this is why there is a procedure that we put together to really follow to get this to work.
I traded just that first top-level assembly, that first subassembly and I exported those as the batch export for all the SVG files. Got that guy there is selected and I hit the three little dots. When I come here we have server one server sermon, but what will use it?
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