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Article Number: 56 | VC4 | VC3 | Post Date: February 17, 2018 | Last Updated: February 17, 2018


I want to make a video without the bounding boxes and lines showing. How can I do this? 

Virtual CRASH gives you many ways to create videos of your project. See Chapter 5 of the User’s Guide to review the various options and how they will affect the look of your visual aid. 

By using “direct light” or “skylight” render method, the bounding boxes, cg lines, and other interactive workflow indicators will not be visible by default in your visual aid.

If, however, you decide to create your video using the “current” method, you’ll need to enable the “hide extras” option to prevent these indicators from being visible in your visual aid. You can also hide bounding boxes, including the bounding boxes which indicate a sequence entry, by freezing the object in the project menu.


Tags: Turn off bounding boxes, turn off center of gravity, turn off cg, don't show boxes, hide boxes, hide cg.


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