What is the Named View feature?
The Named View feature saves the view in the desired state and exports it as an animation along the view movement.
This feature (Rendering) stores and uses the saved view of the desired state.
Below is an example use case of the Named View feature.
Figure. 1 Named View Selection View
1) Select Named View under the Model tab.
(When selected, a settings tool will appear at the bottom of the CIM screen.)
Figure. 2 Select Make New Viewgroup and set the name.
2) Set the group name under Make New Viewgroup.
(In the example given, "Road View" was entered.)
Figure 3. Setting the Name and Duration of the View
3) Set the Name and Duration of the View, and select Create.
Name : Set the name of the Named View.
Duration : The duration of the animation playback for each Named View.
A View has been created. If you wish to create a rendering video, you can continue adding Views, and play them back as one video.
Figure 4. Adding Views for Continuous Playback
4) Set the Name and Duration for the View to be added, and select Create.
Figure 5. Select Group and Play
5) Select the Group, and then click Play.
One View has been created. If you want to create a rendering video, you can continue adding Views and play them back as one video.
The video playback will follow the set order and duration. If you want to modify the values that have been set, click on the Select list and choose Modify.