How do you do a walk through?
To create an animated walkthrough, simply drop your waypoints along your intended path on that mini-map. As you drop each waypoint, you will need to determine the camera’s direction. To do so, simply move your mouse around to achieve your desired direction and then click to set the camera’s angle.
Can we create walkthrough in V-Ray?
Creating a Walkthrough Animation relies on a Sketchup feature called Scenes; they are basically camera views that you can set anywhere inside or outside your model. You can save these scenes and go back to them to export the view as an image or to render that view via a render plugin like VRay.
What does the camera tool do in SketchUp?
The Position Camera tool ( ) enables you to view your model at a specific height relative to the surface of your model. That height is meant to reflect a person’s eye height, and you can adjust it to any height you like.
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Camera properties appear in the lower-left corner of the model. A tab with the camera’s name also appears. You can perform several functions on the camera, such as looking through the camera and editing camera properties in camera mode.
In SketchUp, you orbit, zoom, and pan all the time as you draw:
- Orbit: When you orbit, you move around, above, or below your model. …
- Zoom: Zoom in to focus on a specific area as you draw, and zoom out to see more of your model.
- Pan: When you pan, you move left, right, up, or down.