Omniverse View Skills

Here, you learn many of the essential skills you’ll need to work effectively in Omniverse View.

Edit Mode vs Review Mode

Here, you learn the differences between edit mode and review mode:

Key Takeaways:

  • In edit mode, you can access the Toolbar.

  • Review mode hides the Toolbar and makes the viewport full size.

Rendering Modes

Here are some walk-throughs of the render modes in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Draft mode uses real-time rendering.

  • Preview mode uses path-traced rendering.

  • Photo mode also uses path-traced rendering, but it has more samples and bounces than Preview mode.

  • White mode renders everything in white. However, you can exclude objects from this treatment.

Cameras and Playlists

Here, you learn about working with cameras in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Change and manage cameras in the Viewport.

  • Use the playlist panel to swap cameras and configure a playlist.

Waypoints

Here, you learn about working with waypoints in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Waypoints are for capturing snapshots of different orientations in the scene.

  • Waypoints are saved with the scene so you can refer to them later.

  • Add notes to your waypoints with the waypoint manager.

  • Waypoints also show up in your playlist.

Stage

Here, you learn about working with the Stage in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Everything in your scene is represented in the Stage.

  • If you click on a model, it will be highlighted in the Stage.

Materials

Here, you learn how to modify materials in your scene:

Key Takeaways:

Skies

Here, you learn about working with skies in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Add a sky from the Sky browser.

  • Dynamic skies change the positioning and orientation of the clouds and sun, based on a sun study.

Section Tool

Here, you learn about working with the section tool:

Key Takeaways:

  • With the section tool, you can create a cutting plane in the model.

  • You can configure the axis you use to make your cut.

  • You can name and save sections to your scene.

Movie Maker

Here, you learn about working with movie capture for view:

Key Takeaways:

  • Use movie capture to record animation sequences.

  • You can also record sun study.

Light Toggle

Here, you learn about toggling lights in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • You can toggle all the lights in your scene on or off.

  • Toggle lights in the Toolbar.

Asset Browser

Here, you learn about working with the Asset browser in Omniverse View:

Key Takeaways:

  • Use assets from the browser to dress your scene.

  • Drag and drop assets into your scene to add them.