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Guide - Site Design


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We have a number of Getting Started Guides for some of the major industries we cater to. To increase their visibility, I will pin each current one to its own subforum and keep the links updated yearly.

 

These guides are designed to provide you with a strong base as you learn to use Vectorworks to design, communicate, and document the ideas that you are passionate about. In this guide, we will walk you through the creation of a planting plan, from the initial document set up and placing plants, to creating reports and presenting the finalized plan. You will be introduced to many of the Landmark design tools, by creating existing buildings, hardscapes, and planting beds.

 

http://www.vectorworks.net/training/2018/getting-started-guides/site-design

 

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We completely rebuilt our Site Design guide from scratch, with a heavy focus on Site Modeling and managing Plants for Vectorworks 2018. Please have a look and feel free to leave feedback below. What else would you like to see? What did you find useful?

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On 9/28/2020 at 7:34 PM, Art V said:

Not just that, but adding subtitling would be nice too for those who have difficulty understanding the voice or following the speed of talking.

 

Although its not subtitles, you can adjust the playback speed in the options bar at the bottom of the player.

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On 3/9/2021 at 3:43 PM, Poot said:

 

Although its not subtitles, you can adjust the playback speed in the options bar at the bottom of the player.

This may work for those with good hearing, I know people with (sometimes much) less than good hearing who are simply not able to fully follow what is being said in some (to put it mildly) webinars etc. because the sound quality is not optimal, too loud (or distracting) background music that interferes, or people are speaking not really clear, way too fast or have a heavy accent that is difficult to understand for non-native speakers. Even slowing down speed is not going to help in those cases.

 

This is not specific to only VW video recordings though but applies in general to webinars/video recordings. If I would get 10 USD (or better... 10 euro) for each webinar/recording I have watched (and will be watching) with at least one of the aforementioned or other clarity issues then I might be able to retire a few years early.

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