Keyshot – July 2018 Roundup

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Webinar: Advanced Animation Techniques

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This month we bring you another workshop from KeyShot RenderWorld 2018! Learn how to use KeyShot Animation from path animations to camera and studio switch events to create the interactive visuals you need.

In this workshop:

  • Animation Best Practices
  • Camera Animations
  • Part Animations
  • Material Animations
  • Studio Switch Events
  • Importing Deformation Animations

 

Customer Spotlight: Rocky Mountain Bicycles

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Rocky Mountain Bicycles uses KeyShot to communicate and iterate on detail throughout the design and engineering process, creating visuals to get product to market faster. Learn more about how they use KeyShot.

 

Artist Feature: Tarek Samaan

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He has a range of skill and is able to apply his craft across a range of disciplines with an amazing talent for creatures and characters. Learn more about how he uses KeyShot for concept and game design.

 

3ds Max Plugin Update Now Available

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The latest KeyShot for 3ds Max plugin with support for 3ds Max 2019 is now available. Download the latest version for import, export and LiveLinking capability between 3ds Max and KeyShot.

 

KeyShot Quick Tip: Multi-Material Variations

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Learn more about the KeyShot Pro feature that provides an iterative, non-destructive workflow to explore colour, material and finish options on a product.

 

Webinar Recap: Material and Render Settings

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Miss our last webinar? If you’ve ever had a question about material settings or which options to use when creating final renders, this is a must-see webinar.

 

Upcoming Events

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Join us at these upcoming events to see the latest developments with KeyShot and learn how KeyShot can create amazing visuals of your 3D data.

Keyshot – May 2018 Recap

Keyshot May 2018

The Art of Workflow

Will Gibbons at KeyShot RenderWorld 2018 shows you how to refine the beginning-to-end process of building a KeyShot scene while taking advantage of time-saving techniques.

  • Simple formula for composing a scene quickly
  • Scene organization for maximum flexibility
  • The 3-pass technique
  • Non-destructive processes
  • Maximizing efficiency

Click here to watch the KeyShot Webinar.

 

Rhino 6 Support

Version 1.6 of the KeyShot for Rhino plugin is compatible with KeyShot 7 and Rhino 6 on both Windows and Mac OS X. We recommend updating your KeyShot 7 license to KeyShot 7.3.40 – you can check to see if you’re on the latest version from the KeyShot Help menu.

Though this is the only update for the plugin, we look forward to see how you are using the new version of Rhino and KeyShot together.

A valid license of KeyShot 7 and Rhino 6 is required for import and LiveLinking. As always, the plugin is free and may be downloaded on the KeyShot plugin page.

 

Webinar Recap: KeyShot Viewer

If you missed the last webinar showing KeyShot viewer, you can watch it now to see how to use it in share scenes, configurations and collaborate with others.

 

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