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Background Wizard Video

This Background Wizard Video Tutorial explains how to use the wizard to place backgrounds behind SketchUp models or rendered images.

This video Tutorial, Background Wizard , explains how to use the wizard to place backgrounds behind SketchUp models or rendered images.


The new Background Wizard, introduced in Version 4.0, make it easy to position your rendered model in a background, and to remember the settings for future renderings.

To invoke the new Background Wizard, Render your model, and then from the rendering window, select Preview/Position from the Background Tab.

  • Position Background
  • Skew and Perspective

See: Background Wizard

  • In this video Rich explains how to use the Background Wizard to align an image with a fence outside a window and adjust the perspective of the Image.



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