Please perform the following steps listed below prior to reviewing the above video. It is best to watch the video in Full Screen mode.
**Note: The video and steps presented here are for Creo Parametric 1.0 and Windchill 10.0. There are slight variations and differences when using Windchill 9.0 and 9.1 and Creo/Elements Pro (Wildfire 4.0 & 5.0).
In order to begin, you must have at least one saved version of the model in Windchill (9.0 M030+).
Create two workspaces that have the same version (in my example it is A.1) of the model added to them.
Start Creo Parametric or Creo/Elements Pro 4.0+ linked to one of the workspaces and save a newly modified or different iteration. Repeat for the second workspace.
Check-in one of those iterations into Windchill (in my example it is A.2). This will make the iteration in the other workspace out-of-date.
Have Creo Parametric / Creo/Elements Pro tied to the workspace w/ the out-of-date model and follow the above video.
This tutorial reviews the following:
Rendering UI - Rendering UI consist of scene, Appearance Gallery, Perspective View, Render Window, Render region, and render setup.
Scene - We can select scene from scene gallery or we can apply saved scene from local disk.
Room - There are two types of room rectangular room & cylindrical room. (Go to option change the room type) Set the room orientation as per requirement.
Light - In light list we see the default light and environment light. As per requirement we can add light bulb, spot light, distant light, sky light. We can change the light intensity 0 to 10. We can change position from source location and aim point location.
Effects - We can change the reflection setting and background setting.
Render setup - There are two types of render setup photolux and photorender. We can change the render quality, shadows and anti-aliasing quality from low to medium & medium to high.
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