3DVIA Composer : Création de rendus simples et rapides

Article by Matt Campbell, CSWE updated April 25, 2012


For this blog post I am going to show you how to take existing CAD data and render it using 3DVIA Composer. For this example I am going to use a model that already has texture on it.

The first thing I am going to do is adjust the lighting. I prefer to create custom lighting so that I have more control of the final render. To do this you go to the Render tab and choose lighting mode, and turn on Per-Pixel and Shadows.


When applying lighting I find it easier to work within multiple viewports. This takes some of the guess work out of your lighting.

For this example I am going to create two directional lights. I do this by going to the Render tab, and under Lighting choose Create -> Directional Light.

For this example I created two light sources coming from the top, but from two different directions.

Now that my lighting is done I am going to add a ground image and a background. Make sure to change the Ground Type from Grid to Shadow.

First I will modify the ground. Under the Collaboration tab select Environment then Ground.

Then under Ground texture, I am going to map my ground image. And change the settings as shown in the image below.

Now all I need to add is a background.

To add backgrounds go to the Author tab and choose Panels and Image 2D. With this tool selected I create a box. Once the box is created go to Properties and enable Background, and change the Placement to Left=0, Top=0, Width=280, and Height=215. Then, under Map Path choose the background image.

Once you are done you can export your image as a high resolution Jpeg under the Publishing tab


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