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Want to create a video of your SOLIDWORKS Composer project but not satisfied with the frame rate or resolution? Do you want to present it on a large screen? This article shows users how to create and export high-quality videos with SOLIDWORKS Composer using a third-party video editing software.
This step-by-step process defines the generic workflow from view, to link, to web-based HTML in SOLIDWORKS Composer. Please note that the goal of this article is to educate those who are already acquainted with SOLIDWORKS Composer, Technical Workshop, SVG’s, and basic web design practices on how to import Composer specific SVG’s into a webpage.
If you are like me, the traditional AVI output for Composer animations is nothing but headache after headache. SOLIDWORKS Composer 2020 now supports animation output in MP4 format, so there won’t be a need to find a (free) translator online and convert the AVI down to a reasonable size.
Shortcuts help make any job or process faster and more efficient. Using shortcuts can free you from having to navigate menus and eliminate unnecessary mouse movements. Let’s look at how to find the keyboard shortcuts and make our own in SOLIDWORKS Composer.
SOLIDWORKS Composer has some great tools to help create animations among which are Markers and Milestones. Here's how to use Markers and/or Milestones to organize a timeline, help make interactive content and create image output.
This workflow was developed in response to GoEngineer customer requests for a universal, semi-interactive, SOLIDWORKS Composer document that could be opened by nearly every computer with Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. This is one of many options for distributing rich 3dvia Composer content. The following steps illustrate the simple journey from the SOLIDWORKS Composer smg file type, to Flash FLV file type required for insertion into a PDF document/template.