The other day I was asked to generate multiple renderings of a project I had recently created. Luckily, they were simple to create thanks to Fusion 360’s…
- In-canvas rendering, to work past issues and verify appearances.
- Cloud rendering, to make many different renderings at once.
- The ability re-render at a higher quality, when I was told to remake these in as high of a resolution as possible.
The problem I encountered, however, was getting to and downloading all those renderings once they were made. Usually, I just have one or two so its simple enough to go to each one, and download it from within the Fusion 360 rendering workspace. However in in this case, I needed a better method. That’s when someone told me about a quick and easy way to access and download these all at once: https://gallery.autodesk.com/a360rendering.
In the following QUICK TIP, I’ll take you along with me as I discovered it for myself:
I hope that helps you the next time you find yourself in a similar situation! Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel if you found this helpful, to view the other videos available about rendering and every other workspace in Fusion 360!
And while I have you here, take a look at the motion study I rendered from this model: