How can i create a video or recording from edrawing animation(drawing file)? Is it posible to save as a video file?
can i create animation for isometric view in drawing sheet(solidworks)???
The simple answer is NO
You may be able to use a screen capture/recording tool to make a video out of edrawing animation
I know about snipping tool to capture a portion of our screen but i dont know about dis recording tool!
what type of recording tools we have??
No tool inside SolidWorks but a 3rd party tool: Camstudio/
Thank you Deepak gi...
Well if you use third party tools or some basic default programs from O.S then you may get messed up with your videos.I'd suggesyour to go for premium services at mozvideo.com
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VLC has a method of doing screen capture. Google it for some tutorials. Easy to use and can create H.264 video (which oddly creates a codec problem with Premiere Pro) or Mpeg2 (much bigger files, no codec problems, still usable file sizes if you record at 30FPS and 1080p for two full rotations, then change to transparent and do 2 more full rotations). I haven't tried in Vegas Pro, but if memory serves, it might be able to handle H.264 better than P-Pro.
Camstudio probably does a better job though.
Sadly, video playback quality in EDrawings leaves *A LOT* to be desired. 1080p playback looks like badly upscaled 480p due to a lack of anti-aliasing and there's a lot of tearing during animation. Animation also has inconsistent frame rates, so it's difficult if you want to do anything interesting with your video clip.
For pictures, I often grab two screenshots, one with transparency in EDrawings and the layer set to opacity 60% or similar. With video, theoretically you could use two layers and fade the second layer in and out as it moved through its rotation to create a bit more visual interest. With frame rates bouncing around all over the place, this becomes impossible.
For advanced video use, it would be preferable if EDrawings had a native video output and allowed a 1:1 frame draw, non-live view type export.
This may be well beyond the Solidworks Dev team to implement though.
I can understand why they would want to have Quadro video cards etc for Solidworks or some features, but it's pretty ridiculous that in the year of 2014 they still have zero flexibility for consumer grade video cards - especially for the ostensibly "consumer" grade program that EDrawings is.
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