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To get started with your Renoworks Pro Visualizer, watch our ‘Master : Masking’ video for a quick overview.

To Get started even quicker! Book a ‘Quickstart Session’ with our customer success ambassador. Quickstart Sessions are one-on-one live and interactive walkthroughs where we work with you to get you started on your first project. You can book a session here at: www.renoworkspro.com/quickstart

To Upload your first photo:

  1. Exterior:
    1. Start by using a good quality photo of the house. A good quality photo is one where the house is in full view and taken in the daytime with plenty of light.
    2. Upload the image.
    3. Choose ’Exterior’.
    4. Set the scale. The scale helps the software understand how close or away you were from the house when you took the photo. To set the scale, indicate the height of any given object of the house – for example, a door, window or the height of the house itself. Do this by clicking on the top part of the object you are measuring (Point A), drawing a vertical line down and clicking on the bottom (Point B) to complete the measurement. The default scale is set for a door at 6’ 8” however you have the option to adjust  the scale to whatever object you’ve selected.
  2. Interior:
    1. Start by using a good quality photo of the room. A good quality photo is one where the room is in full view, taken with good lighting and there is limited obstruction.
    2. Upload the image.
    3. Choose ’Interior’.
    4. Set the scale. The scale helps the software understand how close or away you were from the house when you took the photo. To set the scale, indicate the height of any given object of the room – for example, a door, window or the height of the room itself. Do this by clicking on the top part of the object you are measuring (Point A), drawing a vertical line down and clicking on the bottom (Point B) to complete the measurement. The default scale is set for a door at 6’ 8” however you have the option to adjust the scale to whatever object you’ve selected.

 

Now you’re all set to start Masking . You will see 4 tabs:

  1. Draw
  2. Group
  3. Visualize
  4. Save & Review

 

Click on the ‘Draw’ tab to begin Masking. Learn more about Masking here.

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