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mconosciani
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Visualization/Movie/Video/Snapshot options for pre and post developement

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07-07-2011 01:12 PM

What I would like to do is show the progression from existing contour to proposed contour/features as an incremental video (approximately 1 minute long)? Can this be done and what would be a good resource? I do not need/want all the 3D Max options.

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tcorey
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Re: Visualization/Movie/Video/Snapshot options for pre and post developement

07-11-2011 07:14 PM in reply to: mconosciani

If you don't mind doing it manually, you can just capture screen shots in Civil 3D. If you want an actual animation that you can save to a file, either 3ds Max Design or Navisworks Manage/Simulate. Navisworks Timeliner feature is designed specifically for what you are describing.

 

 

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mconosciani
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Re: Visualization/Movie/Video/Snapshot options for pre and post developement

07-21-2011 07:51 AM in reply to: mconosciani

how do you capture screen shot in civil 3D? Do you mean print screening? What I would like to do have is a screen shot every proposed contour (ie 1000 through 1050 for example).

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Re: Visualization/Movie/Video/Snapshot options for pre and post developement

07-21-2011 08:13 AM in reply to: mconosciani

If you use AutoCAD's Render command in Civil 3D, you can save snapshots of your project to various image file types.

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Re: Visualization/Movie/Video/Snapshot options for pre and post developement

07-21-2011 08:38 AM in reply to: mconosciani

To capture a screen shot of just the viewport, use JPGOUT or PNGOUT.

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Anthony

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