SOLIDWORKS VISUALIZE Professional Post-Processing Tools

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Who needs Instagram filters or Photoshop skills anymore when you have SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional post-processing tools?

How to:

  1. Open your model/project.
  2. Go to the cameras tab on the right.
  3. Under the filters subtab, you have to check “Enable Post-Processing.”
  4. There will be seven different filters to change.

Default for comparison:

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional No Filter
#nofilter

1. Vignette: Darkens the edges of the image with a gradient to the center, creating a shadow on the edges of the camera’s field of view. (More perspective on a camera causes a stronger vignette effect).

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Vignette Post Processing Filter
#2spooky4me

2. Darken: Darkens the overall scene.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Darken Post Processing Filter
#Emophase

3. Lighten: Lightens the overall scene, causing highlights to come out of the picture more.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Lighten Post Processing Filter
#glowup

4. Saturation: Increases/decreases the color saturation of the image. Increasing it makes the colors look more dramatic, decreasing it makes them look more washed out.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Saturation Post Processing Filter
#50ShadeofGrey

5. Exposure: Increases/decreases the density (brightness) of the scene.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Exposure Post Processing Filter
#shinebrightlikeadiamond

6. Gamma Correction: Sets the gamma of your monitor. It controls the brightness of the image to look more accurate to real life.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Gamma Correction Post Processing Filter
#yogammagamma

7.Brightness: Makes the overall scene brighter, adding details to shadows.

SOLIDWORKS Visualize Professional Brightness Post Processing Filter
#alltanksgotoheaven

Tanks very much for reading.

Madeline Speer
Applications Engineer
Computer Aided Technology, Inc