In this course, AutoCAD 2017 Essentials: Rendering Interior and Exterior Scenes, you'll learn to create photorealistic renderings of the interior and exterior scene. First, you'll learn about all the new features of rendering in AutoCAD 2016 and 2017 versions. Next, you'll learn about creating cameras, views, materials, adding light, and environment settings, and making animated walkthrough from a 3D model. Finally, you'll learn to create renderings with AutoCAD software and also with your Autodesk 360 cloud account. When you're finished with this course, you'll be able to create photo-realistic renderings on your own 3D mechanical or architectural models. Software Required: AutoCAD 2017.
Jaiprakash is CAD Corporate trainer and designer currently working with the engineering design consulting company Ramboll. He is an Autodesk AutoCAD certified professional, Autodesk expert elite and Mechanical Engineer. He has written articles related to AutoCAD for many CAD blogs and websites and he occasionally writes for AUGI world magazine as well.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Jaiprakash, and welcome to my course, AutoCAD 2017 Essentials: Rendering Interior and Exterior Scenes. I'm a senior CAD analyst in an engineering design consulting company, and in this course, we're going to learn about rendering interior and exterior scenes in AutoCAD 2017. We're going to learn about new rendering enhancements in AutoCAD 2016 and 17 version. We will also cover all the fundamental topics of rendering like light and exposure settings, creating and modifying materials, applying different rendering presets, creating cameras and views, using geolocation in backgrounds, using Autodesk 360 for rendering, and a lot more. By the end of this course, you'll have good knowledge of creating a photorealistic rendering of interior and exterior scenes in AutoCAD, along with a good knowledge of AutoCAD rendering tools and presets. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basic AutoCAD software interface. The course requires AutoCAD 2016 or any latest version, so if you're using any previous version of AutoCAD, then you may find some changes in the interface, tools, and settings. So I hope you'll join me on this journey to creating photorealistic renderings in AutoCAD at Pluralsight.