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Working With Ground Planes In KeyShot

May 13, 2021

One of the quickest and easiest ways to give your product or vehicle renderings more realism is to add presence in your scenes by setting them on a surface and adding a nice shadow or ground reflection.

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Using Depth of Field In KeyShot

May 05, 2021

KeyShot has all the features that allow you to capture your scene just as you would with a real-world camera. Its ability to add depth to a scene is no different and, it's a whole lot easier. KeyShot’s Depth of Field (DOF) camera settings is a...

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Adding Textures and Materials to Labels in KeyShot

Apr 21, 2021

KeyShot allows you to more accurately communicate the physical properties of your labels by applying materials and textures to them. Of course, you can simply add a label to a surface and run with the default settings but you can push the realism...

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How to Use Denoise and Firefly Removal in KeyShot

Apr 13, 2021

When you have unwanted noise or specks of light in your image, Denoise and Firefly Removal will clean it up quick. Today, we'll take a look at KeyShot Denoise and show you how you to use it to smooth out your visuals to produce faster results...

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How to Use Shared Libraries in KeyShot

Apr 06, 2021

Today, we'll look at how to create shared KeyShot Resource folders to help organize your assets and collaborate across a network. 

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How to Create Custom Bokeh in KeyShot

Mar 30, 2021

Today we’ll be looking at KeyShot's Depth of Field setting and the background blur effect called bokeh. We'll demonstrate how to set up a standard bokeh appearance, then use this to show how to create custom bokeh appearances using bokeh filters...

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How to Use Lock Camera Map in KeyShot

Mar 19, 2021

Camera mapping of textures and labels has been a feature in KeyShot for quite some time. The Camera mapping type projects your texture or label onto your model based on the camera’s orientation. When you move the camera, the projected texture...

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How to Create Complete Animations in KeyShot Using the Studio Switch Event

Mar 09, 2021

There's a secret, or rather, slightly hidden feature in KeyShot that allows you to animate the switch from one Studio to another. Imagine having two complementary scenes and instead of creating two different animations, you simply add another ...

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How to Use Collision Detection in KeyShot

Feb 24, 2021

The new features in KeyShot 10.1 bring a variety of improvements, including Move Tool updates that offer basic collision detection and object settling. Follow along as we explore the new capability and show you how to use it for your renderings.

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3D Printing with 3MF from KeyShot

Feb 01, 2021

Among KeyShot 10’s new Smart Export additions is a new 3D printing format that allows you to export 3MF files directly from KeyShot. Here, we'll learn how to export 3MF files from KeyShot to significantly speed up your prototyping process.

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How to Create Keyframe Animations in KeyShot

Jan 27, 2021

KeyShot's new Keyframe Animation is an easy to use animation feature that allows you to capture your geometry’s position with sequences of keyframes along a timeline. Complex animations would usually take a lot of work with multiple translation...

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