Camera Path Animation in InfraWorks

March 05, 2014 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

For most of you, InfraWorks is in your portfolio of products available to be used for presentations. In today's blog, I will explain how camera path animation can be created using various methods. The first method I will discuss is from a design road. After we select storyboard from the presentation tab, simply choose create from design road. This option allows the user to select a design road on the screen, and the animation slides are created automatically.

Now in my case, I have created a sidewalk around an existing body of water. As you can see from the capture below, the animation is created around the water.


Tagged with Project planning, Animation, Camera Path Animation, AEC, Infrastructure, Infraworks

An Overview of Phasing in Revit

December 31, 2013 By Adrianna Schneider Leave a comment

Many are not familiar with the use of Phasing in Revit. It is not a complicated task, but a user does need to understand where the storage of Phases are located and how Phasing affects a Revit model. This short video presents an overview of Phasing, to help users understand the fundamentals of the command.


Tagged with Design, Building information modeling, Project planning, Training, AEC, BIM, Technology, Revit, Phasing, Autodesk

BIM Specialist Certification

June 20, 2013 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

Autodesk has announced a new certification program that is based on a workflow. The certification is called Roads and Highways Workflows using the 2014 Infrastructure Design suite. Autodesk has been certifying users on individual products for quite some time, but this is something new. The exam itself is broken down into the following topics:


Tagged with Autodesk 3ds Max, Design, Project planning, Infrastructure, AutoCAD, Road, Autodesk, Professional certification

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