Autodesk Inventor® 2017-18
Inventor Studio Made Simple

Master Inventor!

Unlock the Power of Inventor Studio!

Inventor Studio can be used to render images and videos of your work. Just apply a few settings, and you’re on your way.

You just need to learn how to setup lighting, cameras, and a few other settings and before you know it you’ll be sending high quality renderings to your customers and colleagues.

You’ll also learn advanced concepts like defining camera and target paths, and developing custom IBL environments to give your videos a professional look.

As you can see from the list of lessons below, everything is covered in detail. So you can rest assured you will learn what you need to know to get the job done right.

39 Lessons (Listed Below)
3.2 Hours

The Autodesk Inventor 2017-18 courses above install on your computer and never expire. Purchase it one time and have the training for life.

You can also purchase a subscription to our Autodesk Inventor Online Training. This training can be accessed from your phone, tablet, or computer. It also expires when your subscription ends.  Subscriptions are not auto-renewed. We will send you a reminder when it’s about to expire.

Autodesk Inventor® 2017-18:
Inventor Studio Made Simple
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Inventor Studio Made Simple
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Inventor 2017-18: Inventor Studio Made Simple

Introduction
Assembly Preparation
Introduction to Inventor Studio
Spotlight Settings
Set Ground Plane Orientation
IBL Environments
Custom IBL Environments
JPEG Images in IBL Environments
Point and Directional Lighting
Editing Appearances
Components of Animations
Animation Timeline and Actions
Mirroring and Copying Actions
Custom Animations
Suppress Constraint Animations
Enabling Constraint Animations
Camera Turntables
Camera Paths
Advanced Path Design
View Control Concepts
Custom Cameras
Fly-Through Animations
Analysis of Animation Motion
Animating Lights
Wrapper Assemblies
Local Lights
Publishing Styles
Surface Appearances
From Picture to Surface
Transparency and Reflectivity
Model Turntables
Using Positional Representations
Animating Parameters
Solving Animation Conflicts
Depth of Field
Video Producer
Editing Video Productions
Video Production Strategies
Conclusion