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Introduction to Autodesk VIZ 2005
Welcome to Autodesk VIZ 2005
Where to Find Tutorial Files
Fundamentals Tutorials
Professional Tutorials
How to Learn Autodesk VIZ 2005
Working with the Tutorials Online
User Showcase
1 New Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Design Visualization Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Design Visualization Tools in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Modeling Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Modeling Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
Working with the Shell Modifier
New Spline and Poly Modeling Features
New Spline and Poly Modeling Features
Using Editable Spline and Poly Tools
Creating the Generator Housings
Fine-Tuning the Housings
Adding the Power Conduit
Cutting Holes in Objects
Finishing the Power Charger Model
New Materials in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Materials Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
Using the MapScaler Modifiers
Using the MapScaler Modifiers
Applying Uniform Textures to Different-Sized Objects
Using the Object-Space MapScaler Modifier
New Lighting Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Lighting Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Rendering Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Rendering Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Animation Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
New Animation Features in Autodesk VIZ 2005
Animating with Set Key
Animating with Auto Key
Animating with Auto Key
Creating Animation Using Auto Key
Controlling In-Betweens
Adding Parameter Curve Out-of-Range Types
Animating with Dummy Objects
Using the Dope Sheet Editor
Using Weighted List Controllers
2 Introducing the Autodesk VIZ Interface
Getting to Know the Autodesk VIZ Interface
How It AllWorks: What You Can Do in Autodesk VIZ
The Viewports
Toolbars, Title Bar, and Menu Bar
Animation Controls
Additional Interface Elements
Customizing the User Interface
3 Getting Started with Autodesk VIZ 2005
Getting Started with Autodesk VIZ 2005
Setting Up Units and Snaps
Creating the Hub
Creating the Enclosure
Creating the Revolving Door
Applying Materials to the Revolving Door
Cloning the Door
Animating the Revolving Door
Merging Files
4 Modeling Tutorials
Building a 3D Model from a Concept Sketch
From Paper to Pixel: Building a 3D Model
From a Concept Sketch
Incorporating the Sketch
Creating the Building
Creating the Main Building
Adding Glass and Columns
Creating the Second Building
Producing a Shadow Study
Modeling a Chess Set
Modeling a Chess Set
Modeling a Pawn
Modeling a Rook
Modeling a Bishop
Modeling a Knight
Lofting a Telephone
Lofting a Telephone
Creating the Shapes for the Base
Lofting the Telephone Base
Creating the Shapes for the Receiver
Lofting the Receiver
Detailing the Telephone
5 Materials Tutorials
Materials for Architecture
Materials of One Color: Applying Standard Materials
Adding Complexity: Applying Mapped Materials
Applying Multiple Materials to One Object
Creating 3D Materials: Another Approach to Wood
Using an Architectural Material on theWall
Material Combinations: Using Blend to Create a Floor Material
Using the UVW Map Modifier to Adjust the Floor Tiles
6 Lighting
Lighting
Creating Lights in Autodesk VIZ
Importing Lights to Autodesk VIZ
Creating a Luminaire Assembly
Managing Multiple Lights
Choosing a Shadow Type
7 Advanced Lighting (Radiosity)
Rendering for Architecture Using Radiosity
Creating a Radiosity Solution
Speeding Up Rendering
Adjusting the Quality of Radiosity
Changing How Objects Behave Under Global Illumination
Rendering a Daylight Scene
Working with Standard Lights
8 Rendering Tutorials
Introduction to Rendering
Introduction to Rendering
Rendering Still Images
Rendering an Animation
Rendering on a Network
High-Resolution Renderings and Backgrounds
High-Resolution Renderings and Backgrounds
Rendering a High-Resolution Image
Using Photographs as Background Images
Displaying a Viewport Background
Rendering a Background
Aligning Cameras to Background Images
Approximating the Camera Location
Adjusting the Horizon and Camera Location
Positioning the Camera Using a Site Plan
Using the Camera Match Utility
Using Camera Match with a New Image
Rendering a Panorama
Rendering a Panorama
9 Animation Tutorials
Animating for Design Visualization
Creating a Camera
Creating a Flyaround
Creating a Walkthrough
Creating an Animated Shadow Study
Rendering an Animation
10 Using AutoCAD Files
Working with AutoCAD Files
Working with AutoCAD Files
Preparing AutoCAD Drawings for Import
Editing and Creating Objects
Importing 3D AutoCAD Models
Understanding Layer Manager and File Link
WorkingWith the Layer Manager
Using File Link with AutoCAD Drawings
Fixing Problems in CAD Models
Fixing Problems in CAD Models
Eliminating Errant Objects
Resolving Other Common CAD Problems
11 Using Architectural Desktop Files
Working with Architectural Desktop Files
Managing Architectural Desktop Data in Autodesk VIZ
Using Object Enablers with Architectural Desktop Models
Sharing Materials with Architectural Desktop
12 Land Planning
Site-Specific Designing
Site-Specific Designing
Importing the AutoCAD File
Creating the Terrain
Adding a Material to the Terrain
Conceptual Modeling
Adding the Buildings
Adding the Roof
Adding the Arches
Adding the Prow and the Spire
Adding the Arcade
Flying a Camera Around the Design
LandXML Files
Working with LandXML Models
13 Interior Design and Exterior
Presentation
Interior Design and Exterior Presentation
Using the Asset Browser for Furniture
Using the Substitute Modifier
Solving and Rendering the Scene
Using Foliage to Enhance Your Scene
14 Mechanical Design
Animating a Mechanical Design
Animating a Mechanical Design
Creating the Animation
Add Narration to the Animation
Animating a Suspension Operation
Adjusting Pivots
Specifying Active Joint Axes
Using Interactive IK
Using Applied IK
Preparing a Luminaire Assembly
Preparing a Luminaire Assembly
Preparing the Model
Setting Up IK
Setting Up Sliding Joints
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