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Zeus

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Hi~All

Every time I start to render my work.(I know it probably a hard time for everyone[bawl])

Here're some tips that I use.

I usually add layers in SketchUp to manage all my decorations.

It makes me easier to test my rendering results in a low-consuming way for my laptop due to the decorations are hidden.

After testing,Turn on SketchUp layers then start your final renderings.

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But in this case,It's a little bit different to above situation.

Studyroom-PIE-Empty-3.jpg 

As you can see in the rendering result is just like what you really design for your clients.

Meanwhile you could start to adjust all rendering parameters in the model and test renderings for the first time.

After All testing done include lighting,camera position,materials..ect.

You don't need to worry about adding new decorations from Podium Browser.  Because all the components from Podium Browser have been already set for rendering parameters.

That's why I love SU Podium a lot,aren't you?[biggrin]

Studyroom-PIE-Full-3.jpg 

Hopefully, you guys all like my small tips.

Have a nice weekend time!

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Zeus



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I love seeing all the new work you post! The tips make it even better.

Thanks a lot - the forum is richer because of your contributions ๐Ÿ˜‰

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I love seeing all the new work you post! The tips make it even better.

Thanks a lot - the forum is richer because of your contributions ๐Ÿ˜‰

Youโ€™re welcome!
I learned a lot form you,too

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I agree with Big nice posts! and nice tips, a well executed work!
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Very cool, thank you for sharing these tips. I honestly hadn't thought about approaching it this way. I may give it a try and see if it fits into my workflow!


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Hey, thanks Zeus - for sharing this little tip. Have, sort of unconsciously I guess, done this. But you turned on the light bulb for me, and made me aware to combine it into my workflow.
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