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Course Overview

Welcome to ArchiTech CAD Academy’s Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion, a dynamic program tailored for individuals eager to elevate their skills in architectural visualization using industry-leading software tools, SketchUp and Lumion. As a distinguished Autodesk Authorized Training Center in Sri Lanka, we are committed to delivering excellence in education with a focus on practical proficiency and industry relevance.

Our focused certificate course is meticulously designed to accommodate diverse schedules, offering flexibility through both weekday and weekend batches. Esteemed educators, blending academic expertise with real-world experience, guide participants through a comprehensive curriculum. Their mentorship ensures a well-rounded education, empowering participants to excel in architectural visualization with SketchUp and Lumion.

Flexibility is paramount in our program structure, integrating a blend of online classes and an intuitive Learning Management System (LMS). This approach allows participants to seamlessly balance instructor-led sessions with self-paced learning, fostering an adaptable and effective learning experience.

Embark on a transformative journey as you delve into the intricacies of architectural visualization with SketchUp and Lumion. Uncover the transformative capabilities of these advanced tools in streamlining workflows and achieving captivating project outcomes. Join us at ArchiTech CAD Academy, where you will gain the expertise to thrive in the dynamic realm of architectural visualization and master SketchUp and Lumion with confidence.

Program Aim

The objectives of the Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion:

Our Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion is meticulously structured to empower participants with advanced skills and knowledge crucial for excelling in the dynamic realm of architectural visualization. By mastering SketchUp and Lumion, you will gain the capability to create stunning visualizations that bring architectural designs to life with realism and impact.

This comprehensive certificate course aims to empower you with the following:

1. SketchUp Fundamentals: Develop a comprehensive understanding of SketchUp’s interface and tools, enabling you to efficiently create and manipulate 3D models of architectural designs with precision and creativity.

2. Advanced Modeling Techniques: Acquire expertise in advanced modeling techniques within SketchUp, including creating complex forms, utilizing components, and optimizing models for architectural visualization purposes.

3. Material Application and Texture Mapping: Learn to apply materials and textures to your SketchUp models effectively, enhancing realism and visual appeal in architectural visualizations.

4. Lighting and Rendering: Gain proficiency in lighting techniques and rendering settings within SketchUp and Lumion, allowing you to achieve realistic lighting effects and high-quality renders that showcase architectural designs convincingly.

5. Scene Composition and Animation: Explore techniques for composing compelling scenes and creating dynamic animations within Lumion, bringing architectural visualizations to life and effectively communicating design concepts to clients and stakeholders.

6. Post-Processing and Presentation: Learn post-processing techniques to enhance your rendered images and animations further, ensuring a polished final presentation of architectural visualizations.

7. Workflow Integration: Acquire the ability to seamlessly integrate SketchUp and Lumion into your architectural design workflow, optimizing efficiency and productivity in the visualization process.

8. Portfolio Development: Develop a portfolio showcasing your skills and expertise in architectural visualization with SketchUp and Lumion, ready to impress potential clients and employers in the architecture and design industry.

Upon completion of this certificate course, you will emerge as a proficient architectural visualizer, capable of creating compelling visualizations and animations that effectively communicate design concepts and inspire stakeholders. Whether you are an architecture student or a professional in the industry, this certificate course is designed to elevate your skills and empower you to excel in the field of architectural visualization with SketchUp and Lumion.

Career Opportunities

Upon successfully completing our Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion, you’ll unlock a myriad of exciting career prospects in the dynamic field of architectural visualization. Here are some promising career pathways you can pursue:

1. Architectural Visualizer: As an Architectural Visualizer, you’ll be at the forefront of creating immersive visual representations of architectural designs. Utilizing your expertise in SketchUp and Lumion, you’ll produce captivating visualizations that bring architectural concepts to life with realism and impact.

2. 3D Visualization Artist: Step into the role of a 3D Visualization Artist, where you’ll specialize in creating photorealistic 3D renderings and animations of architectural designs. Your proficiency in SketchUp and Lumion will enable you to produce stunning visuals that effectively communicate design concepts to clients and stakeholders.

3. Architectural Designer: Transition into the role of an Architectural Designer, where you’ll integrate architectural visualization techniques into the design process. Your skills in SketchUp and Lumion will enhance your ability to explore design iterations and present design proposals convincingly.

4. Interior Designer: Expand your career horizons as an Interior Designer, leveraging your expertise in SketchUp and Lumion to visualize interior spaces and design concepts. Create immersive visualizations that showcase interior layouts, materials, and lighting arrangements with finesse.

5. Digital Content Creator: Explore opportunities as a Digital Content Creator, specializing in producing engaging visual content for architectural firms, real estate agencies, and design studios. Your proficiency in SketchUp and Lumion will enable you to create compelling imagery and animations for marketing and promotional purposes.

6. Visualization Consultant: Offer your expertise as a Visualization Consultant to architectural firms seeking guidance on adopting and optimizing visualization workflows. Assist in implementing best practices in SketchUp and Lumion to enhance visualization capabilities and project presentations.

7. Virtual Reality (VR) Developer: Dive into the realm of virtual reality development, utilizing your skills in SketchUp and Lumion to create immersive VR experiences for architectural walkthroughs and presentations. Bring architectural designs to life in interactive virtual environments.

8. Freelance Visualization Artist: Embrace the flexibility of freelancing as a Visualization Artist, offering your services to clients seeking high-quality architectural visualizations. Your proficiency in SketchUp and Lumion will enable you to undertake a variety of visualization projects independently.

9. Teaching and Training: Share your expertise in architectural visualization by pursuing a career in teaching or training. Educational institutions and training centers often seek qualified instructors proficient in SketchUp and Lumion to impart essential skills to aspiring designers and architects.

10. Visualization Software Developer: Explore opportunities in software development companies specializing in architectural visualization tools. Your firsthand experience with SketchUp and Lumion can provide valuable insights for enhancing existing software or developing new visualization solutions.

For students currently enrolled in architecture, design, or related programs, this certificate course offers a competitive advantage in the job market. Your proficiency in SketchUp and Lumion will position you favorably when seeking internships and entry-level positions in roles related to architectural visualization and design.

With the skills and knowledge acquired through our program, you’ll be poised to embark on a fulfilling career journey where creativity, technology, and design converge. Take the first step toward realizing your potential by enrolling in the “Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion” at ArchiTech CAD Academy. Your career in architectural visualization awaits!

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Suitable for

This certificate course, “Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion,” is meticulously crafted to cater to a diverse audience seeking to enhance their skills in architectural visualization. Here’s a breakdown of individuals who would find this course particularly beneficial:

1. Architects: Professionals in the field of architecture aiming to refine their visualization skills and effectively communicate design concepts using SketchUp and Lumion.

2. Interior Designers: Interior designers looking to create immersive visualizations of interior spaces, including furniture layouts, lighting arrangements, and material finishes, using SketchUp and Lumion.

3. Design Professionals: Professionals in various design disciplines, such as landscape design, urban design, and industrial design, seeking to incorporate 3D visualization into their design process using SketchUp and Lumion.

4. Visualization Artists: Individuals interested in pursuing a career as 3D visualization artists specializing in architectural visualization, utilizing SketchUp and Lumion to create photorealistic renderings and animations.

5. Real Estate Professionals: Real estate agents, developers, and marketing professionals aiming to showcase properties effectively through compelling visualizations created with SketchUp and Lumion.

6. Digital Content Creators: Individuals interested in creating digital content for architectural firms, design studios, or marketing agencies, utilizing SketchUp and Lumion to produce engaging visual materials for promotional purposes.

7. Students in Architecture and Design Programs: Students enrolled in architecture, interior design, or related design programs seeking to enhance their visualization skills and gain a competitive edge in the industry.

8. Freelance Designers: Freelance designers looking to expand their service offerings to include architectural visualization, using SketchUp and Lumion to attract clients and deliver high-quality visualizations.

9. Visualization Consultants: Professionals interested in offering consultancy services to architectural firms or design studios, providing guidance on visualization workflows and best practices using SketchUp and Lumion.

10. Teaching and Training Aspirants: Individuals aspiring to become instructors or trainers in architectural visualization, equipped with comprehensive knowledge of SketchUp and Lumion for teaching purposes.

11. Entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurs interested in starting their own visualization businesses or design studios specializing in architectural visualization, leveraging their skills in SketchUp and Lumion to offer specialized services to clients.

12. Anyone with a Passion for Design and Technology: Individuals with a passion for design and technology who wish to explore the world of architectural visualization using SketchUp and Lumion, regardless of their professional background.

13. University Students: Students who follow architecture or design programs and want to expand their skills in architectural visualization.

The “Certificate Course in Architectural Visualization with SketchUp and Lumion” program is designed to accommodate learners at various skill levels, providing a comprehensive learning experience that caters to both beginners and experienced professionals in the field of architectural visualization.

Program Structure

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Lesson 01 - Introduction to 3D Visualization and SketchUp

Understanding 3D Visualization
  • Definition and application of 3D visualization in various industries.
  • Importance of 3D modeling for architectural design, interior design, and urban planning.
Introduction to SketchUp
  • Overview of SketchUp as a powerful 3D modeling software.
  • Benefits and versatility of SketchUp for beginners and professionals.
Exploring SketchUp Interface
  • Overview of SketchUp interface components, including templates, sign-in options, and Trimble integration.

Lesson 02 - Software Interface and Navigation

Understanding Software Interface
  • Introduction to axes, zoom in/out, orbit, pan, and selection tools in SketchUp.
  • Exploring the File, Edit, View, Camera, and Window tabs for navigation and customization.
Basic Modeling Tools
  • Introduction to basic modeling tools: Selection, Eraser, Paint Bucket, Drawing Tools, and Inferencing.
  • Hands-on practice with each tool to understand their functionalities.

Lesson 03 - Basic Modeling Techniques and Practice

Basic Modeling Practice
  • Practical exercises on basic modeling actions: Move, Rotate, Copy, Push/Pull, Scale, and Offset.
  • Introduction to Follow Me tool for creating extrusions along paths.
Groups, Components, and Tags
  • Understanding the concept of groups and components for organizing and managing model elements.
  • Exploring the use of tags (layers) for organizing and controlling visibility.

Lesson 04 - Advanced Modeling Techniques

Advanced Modeling Practice
  • Hands-on activities focusing on advanced modeling techniques: creating complex shapes, using guides, and working with more intricate models.
  • Exploring SketchUp Components
  • Understanding the Outliner and Entity Info panels for efficient model management.
  • Introduction to Components Tray and Instructor Tray for advanced modeling workflows
In-Class Activity: Creating a Bookshelf
  • Guided Practice: Creating a Bookshelf
  • Step-by-step instructions for designing and modeling a basic bookshelf using SketchUp.
  • Application of basic and advanced modeling techniques learned throughout the course.

Lesson 05 - Create Assemblies and Corridors with Civil 3D

Create Assemblies and Corridors with Civil 3D
  • Building Block Assemblies
    • Creating and managing custom assemblies for various road components
    • Understanding assembly rules and parameters
    • Applying materials and textures to assemblies
  • Unleashing the Power of Corridors
    • Building dynamic corridors from alignments and assemblies
    • Modifying corridor parameters and transitions for optimal design
    • Leveraging dynamic templates for automated updates
    • Designing intersections and interchanges using corridors
  • Corridors and Advanced Design
    • Optimizing corridors for terrain and visibility
    • Combining corridors with other Civil 3D features like drainage design
    • Utilizing scripts and automation tools for efficient workflow
Create Section Views (Cross Sections) with Civil 3D:
  • Unveiling the cross-section
    • Understanding the importance of cross sections in road design
    • Generating cross-sections from corridors and alignments
    • Modifying section styles and annotations for clarity
  • Analyzing the Earth
    • Visualizing cut/fill volumes within cross-sections
    • Calculating earthwork quantities and generating reports
    • Balancing cut and fill volumes for optimized design
  • Data and Beyond
    • Exporting cross-section data to other software for further analysis
    • Integrating cross sections with other Civil 3D features for comprehensive design

Lesson 06 - Single Story Plan (DWG)

Single Story Plan
  • Understanding Single Story Plans
  • Introduction to single-story architectural plans and their components.
  • Overview of typical elements: walls, openings (doors, windows), and floors.
  • Modeling Walls and Openings
  • Techniques for modeling walls of varying thickness and height.
  • Creating openings for doors and windows with precise dimensions and placements.
  • Ensuring proper alignment and orientation of architectural elements.
  • Designing Floors
  • Methods for creating floors with different materials and textures.
    Exploring options for floor layout and material application.
  • Considering factors like material durability, aesthetics, and functionality.

Duration : 3 Months

Level : Certficate

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Lesson 07 - Material Application - Part 01

Applying Materials in SketchUp
  • Introduction to material application tools in SketchUp.
  • Applying predefined materials from the SketchUp library to model surfaces.
Scaling and Resizing Materials
  • Understanding the importance of scaling and resizing materials to fit model surfaces accurately.
  • Techniques for adjusting material scale and proportions for realistic representation.
Texture Positioning and Adjustment
  • Exploring methods for positioning and aligning textures on model surfaces.
  • Fine-tuning texture placement and orientation for desired visual effects.
Creating a Paint Swatch
  • Step-by-step process for creating custom paint swatches within SketchUp.
  • Utilizing the color picker tool and RGB values for precise color selection.

Lesson 08 - Materials - Part 02

Matching Colors On-Screen
  • Techniques for accurately matching colors from reference images or screens.
  • Using color sampling tools in SketchUp for color matching and coordination.
Importing Textures
  • Importing textures from external sources into SketchUp for custom material creation.
  • Exploring file formats and compatibility for texture importation.
Creating Textures from Google Images
  • Extracting textures from Google Images and incorporating them into SketchUp models.
Importing Wallpaper Textures
  • Guidelines for importing wallpaper textures into SketchUp for interior design projects

Lesson 09 - Websites for Free 3D Models and Materials

Exploring Free 3D Model Websites
  • Introduction to online repositories offering free 3D models and materials.
  • Overview of popular websites such as SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse, TurboSquid, and CGTrader.
  • Understanding licensing terms and usage rights associated with free models and materials.
Selecting and Downloading 3D Models
  • Techniques for searching and filtering 3D models based on project requirements.
  • Evaluating model quality, polygon count, and compatibility before downloading.
  • Best practices for organizing downloaded models and materials for efficient project management.

Lesson 10 - Importing Components from the 3D Warehouse

Introduction to SketchUp's 3D Warehouse
  • Overview of SketchUp’s built-in repository of 3D models and components.
  • Exploring the vast library of pre-made components, furniture, fixtures, and textures available for free download.
Importing Components into SketchUp
  • Step-by-step process for searching and selecting components from the 3D Warehouse.
  • Techniques for importing downloaded components into SketchUp projects.
  • Understanding component scaling and alignment for seamless integration into designs.

Lesson 11 - Moving and Positioning Components

Moving Components in SketchUp
  • Understanding the Move tool and its functionalities for relocating components within a model.
  • Techniques for precise positioning and alignment of components relative to other elements in the design.
Rotating and Scaling Components
  • Exploring rotation and scaling tools for adjusting the orientation and size of imported components.
  • Tips for maintaining component integrity and proportionality during rotation and scaling operations.

Lesson 12 - Using the Component Tool Palette / Window

Understanding the Component Tool Palette
  • Overview of the Component Tool Palette in SketchUp and its features.
  • Navigating through categories and subcategories to find specific components.
  • Customizing the Component Tool Palette for quick access to frequently used components.
Utilizing the Component Window
  • Exploring the Component Window for advanced component management and organization.
  • Using features like nesting, editing, and saving components for efficient workflow management.

Lesson 13 - Introduction to Live Components

Understanding Live Components
  • Introduction to SketchUp’s Live Components feature for dynamic, parametric modeling.
  • Exploring the benefits of Live Components for design iteration and flexibility.
  • Overview of available Live Component libraries and resources.

Lesson 14 - Detailing and Finishing the Single-Story Plan

Adding Skirting Details
  • Techniques for adding skirting details to walls and floors for enhanced visual appeal.
  • Utilizing SketchUp’s drawing and modeling tools for precise skirting design and placement.
Designing the Roof
  • Methods for creating and detailing roof structures, including gables, hips, and dormers.
  • Exploring roof modeling techniques for various architectural styles and configurations.
Completing the Ceiling
  • Strategies for modeling and detailing ceiling elements, such as beams, ratiers, and ceiling finishes.
  • Incorporating lighting fixtures, vents, and other ceiling accessories for realistic representation.

Lesson 15 - Designing a Two-Story Model

Constructing Walls and Floors
  • Utilizing SketchUp’s modeling tools to create walls and floors for both stories.
  • Ensuring structural integrity and proper alignment of architectural elements.
Adding Slabs, Beams, and Columns
  • Implementing slabs to define floor levels and structural components.
  • Modeling beams and columns to support the two-story structure.
  • Maintaining consistency in material application and detailing throughout the model.

Lesson 16 - Detailing Doors, Windows, and Other Elements

Installing Doors and Windows
  • Incorporating doors and windows into the model with precise placement and sizing.
  • Exploring SketchUp’s components library for a variety of door and window styles.
Additional Detailing
  • Adding architectural details such as moldings, trims, and decorative elements.
  • Enhancing realism with features like stairs, railings, and balconies.

Lesson 17 - Finalizing the Two-Story Model

Landscape Designing
  • Integrating landscaping elements such as gardens, pathways, and outdoor furniture.
  • Enhancing curb appeal with vegetation, terrain features, and hardscaping.
Converting for Rendering
  • Optimizing the model for rendering by adjusting geometry and materials.
  • Ensuring proper layering and organization for efficient rendering workflows.

Lesson 18 - Working with Tags and Scenes

Creating and Assigning Tags
  • Utilizing tags (layers) to organize model components and elements.
  • Assigning tags to objects based on visibility and editing preferences.
Creating Design Option Tags
  • Implementing design option tags to explore alternate design iterations within the same model.
  • Streamlining design decision-making and presentation processes.
Creating and Organizing Scenes
  • Setting Up Scenes
    • Creating scenes to capture different views and perspectives of the model.
    • Adjusting camera angles, positions, and perspectives for each scene.
  • Positioning Camera and Setting Field of View
    • Fine-tuning camera settings for optimal visualization and presentation.
    • Setting field of view parameters to control perspective and depth perception.
  • Rendering Preparation and Workflow
  • Preparing for Rendering
    • Reviewing model components, materials, and lighting conditions for rendering readiness.
    • Addressing any potential issues or discrepancies that may affect rendering quality.
  • Exporting for Rendering
    • Exporting model files in compatible formats for rendering sotiware such as Lumion.
    • Ensuring proper file organization and naming conventions for efficient rendering workflows
Overview of Styles and Shadows
  • Understanding SketchUp Styles
    • Introduction to SketchUp styles and their role in visualization.
    • Exploring different style presets and their effects on model presentation.
  • Editing and Updating Styles
    • Customizing existing styles to match project requirements.
    • Adjusting line weights, textures, and visual effects for desired rendering outcomes.
  • Introduction to Shadows
    • Understanding the significance of shadows in architectural visualization.
    • Exploring SketchUp’s shadow settings and their impact on rendering quality.
Exporting Images and Animations
  • Exporting Images
    • Utilizing SketchUp’s export options to save images in various formats.
    • Adjusting image resolution and quality settings for optimal output.
  • Exporting to PDF
    • Exporting SketchUp models to PDF format for digital presentation and documentation.
    • Managing layers and scenes to create interactive PDF documents.
  • Exporting an Animation
    • Creating animated sequences using SketchUp scenes and camera transitions.
    • Exporting animations in supported video formats for client presentations and marketing materials.
Perspective and Walkthroughs
  • 2-Point Perspective and Axonometric Views
    • Understanding the principles of 2-point perspective and axonometric projection.
    • Applying perspective techniques to enhance the depth and realism of architectural drawings.
  • Creating a Walkthrough
    • Planning and scripting a walkthrough sequence to showcase the model’s spatial qualities.
    • Utilizing SketchUp’s animation tools to navigate through the model in real-

Lesson 19 - Lumion Rendering for Exterior Scenes

Introduction to Lumion
  • Overview of Lumion as a powerful rendering software for architectural visualization.
  • Understanding Lumion’s interface and key features for exterior rendering.
Importing Models into the Scene
  • Techniques for importing SketchUp or other 3D models into Lumion.
  • Optimizing imported models for efficient rendering and scene integration.
Light and Shadow
  • Exploring Lumion’s lighting tools to enhance exterior scenes.
  • Adjusting sunlight, ambient lighting, and shadow settings for realistic illumination.
Setting up Render Presets
  • Understanding render presets and their impact on rendering quality and speed.
  • Configuring render settings for optimal performance and visual fidelity.
Materials and Shaders
  • Applying materials and shaders to surfaces for realistic texture and appearance.
  • Customizing material properties such as reflectivity, roughness, and transparency
Placing Assets and Humanization
  • Adding vegetation, furniture, vehicles, and other assets to populate the scene.
  • Incorporating human figures and animations for scale and context
Detailing the Scene
  • Fine-tuning scene details such as terrain, water bodies, and landscape elements.
  • Adding details like fences, signage, and outdoor amenities for visual interest.

Lesson 20 - Lumion Rendering for Interior Scenes

Camera Techniques
  • Mastering camera controls and perspectives for interior visualization.
  • Understanding focal length, depth of field, and camera movement for dynamic shots.
Light and Shadow
  • Implementing interior lighting techniques for realistic illumination.
  • Adjusting light sources, intensity, and color temperature to create desired ambiance.
Weather and Climate, and Color Correction
  • Simulating weather and climate effects such as fog, rain, and snow for atmospheric rendering.
  • Applying color correction and post-processing effects to enhance interior visuals.
Scene Setup
  • Organizing interior scenes for efficient rendering and navigation.
  • Creating interior layouts and compositions that highlight design elements.
Adding Presets & Customization
  • Utilizing Lumion’s preset effects and filters for quick scene enhancement.
  • Customizing effects and settings to achieve specific visual styles and moods.
Material Setup
  • Applying materials to interior surfaces including walls, floors, and ceilings.
  • Adjusting material properties and textures for realism and visual appeal.
Artificial Lighting
  • Implementing artificial lighting sources such as lamps, sconces, and recessed lights.
  • Balancing natural and artificial lighting to create well-lit and inviting interior spaces.

Lesson 21 - Introduction to D5 Render

Overview of D5 Render
  • Introduction to D5 Render as a powerful real-time rendering sotiware.
  • Understanding the capabilities and features of D5 Render for architectural visualization.
Interface and Navigation
  • Navigating the D5 Render interface: viewport, toolbar, and settings panel.
  • Understanding the layout and organization of tools and menus for efficient workflow.
Scene Setup and Importing Models
  • Creating a New Scene
    • Creating a new scene in D5 Render and setting up project parameters.
    • Configuring scene settings such as lighting, environment, and camera.
  • Importing Models
    • Techniques for importing 3D models into D5 Render from various sources.
    • Optimizing imported models for rendering and scene integration.
  • Module 3: Lighting and Materials
    • Lighting Setup
      • Exploring lighting options in D5 Render: natural light, artificial light, and environment lighting.
      • Adjusting light intensity, color temperature, and direction for desired ambiance.
    • Material Application
      • Applying materials to surfaces using D5 Render’s material library and editor.
      • Customizing material properties such as glossiness, reflectivity, and texture mapping.
  • Module 4: Camera and Rendering Settings
    • Camera Controls
      • Mastering camera controls and perspectives for framing shots and compositions.
      • Understanding camera settings such as focal length, aperture, and depth of field.
    • Rendering Settings
      • Configuring rendering settings for image quality, resolution, and output format.
      • Exploring advanced rendering options such as ray tracing, global illumination, and post-processing effects.
  • Module 5: Exporting Images and Videos
    • Exporting Images
      • Step-by-step guide to exporting images from D5 Render.
      • Adjusting image settings for resolution, file format, and aspect ratio.
    • Exporting Videos
      • Creating animated sequences and walkthroughs in D5 Render.
      • Configuring video settings for frame rate, duration, and output format.
  • Module 6: Account Setup and Exporting Options
    • Creating a D5 Render Account
      • Registering for a D5 Render account and accessing online services.
      • Exploring account features and benefits for rendering and collaboration.
    • Exporting Images and Videos
      • Understanding export options available through the D5 Render account.
      • Uploading and sharing rendered images and videos with clients and collaborators.
Scene Setup
  • Organizing interior scenes for efficient rendering and navigation.
  • Creating interior layouts and compositions that highlight design elements.
Adding Presets & Customization
  • Utilizing Lumion’s preset effects and filters for quick scene enhancement.
  • Customizing effects and settings to achieve specific visual styles and moods.
Material Setup
  • Applying materials to interior surfaces including walls, floors, and ceilings.
  • Adjusting material properties and textures for realism and visual appeal.
Artificial Lighting
  • Implementing artificial lighting sources such as lamps, sconces, and recessed lights.
  • Balancing natural and artificial lighting to create well-lit and inviting interior spaces.

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