Have you ever been so proud of a render image that you've carried out in the cloud that you've wanted to share it? I don't just mean with your colleagues and contractors I mean with the Autodesk rendering community. If the answer is yes then you now have the chance to do this.
In case you didn't know the Autodesk rendering gallery has been open for a while now but Autodesk have given it a renovation and launched a new community forum to share your work.
We've been able to share our photos for years now using apps/websites like Instagram and Photobucket but now you have more opportunity to show off your rendering work.
If you are using 2013 and newer Autodesk software including:
• AutoCAD Design Suite,
• Building Design Suite,
• Factory Design Suite,
• Infrastructure Design Suite,
• Plant Design Suite,
• Product Design Suite,
• Revit with Maintenance Subscription then you have access to the rendering capabilities and additional extras direct from your software.
You can also access the render capabilities through Autodesk Fusion 360 which allows you to access your designs almost anytime, anywhere from Mac, PC or mobile device.
Once you have completed your render it will become available on the Rendering Gallery which has been redesigned to endlessly scroll through impressive renderings and give you the option to filter the images you want to see by industry and design.
In the new gallery you can also incorporate your much loved social media platforms as you can like and share gallery images on Facebook, link images as a tweet on Twitter and Pin your rendering to Pinterest.
You never know this may inspire your colleagues and contractors to carry out their rendering in the cloud.
However you may be struggling to get to grips with rendering in the cloud or want to improve the way you carry out your rendering then the brand new Autodesk 360 Rendering Community is perfect for you.
Similarly to other Autodesk communities you have the freedom to share ideas, get help from experts, learn tips and tricks and give feedback to the rendering product team. So you can get the advice that you need to produce photo realistic images.
But don't forget the rendering capabilities through Autodesk 360 are only available to you if you are on Subscription. So make sure you take out Maintenance Subscription with your software or if you only require a license on a temporary basis then experience it with Desktop Subscription.
Call us today on 023 8086 8947 to discuss your cloud 360 requirements and Subscription needs to make the most of Autodesk software.