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The DisplayManager is the central location for managing all aspects of lighting, including
lighting controls that are available only when PhotoView is added in. The DisplayManager
lists the lights applied to the currently active model. Controls for shadows and fog now
provide a stronger integration with PhotoView. Light intensity is controlled with wattages.
Lighting controls are separate for SolidWorks and PhotoView 360.

By default, point, spot, and directional lights are on in SolidWorks.
Scene lighting is not possible in RealView, so you often need to
illuminate models manually.

SolidWorks

By default, lighting is off in PhotoView.
With lights off, you can use the realistic lighting provided by scenes,
which is usually sufficient for rendering. You typically need additional
lighting in PhotoView to illuminate occluded spaces in the model.

PhotoView

The icons for specific lights in this image from the Scene, Lights, and Cameras pane of
the DisplayManager have the following meanings:

On in SolidWorks

Off in PhotoView

Directional1

Off in SolidWorks

Off in PhotoView

Spot1

Off in SolidWorks

On in PhotoView

Point1

On the DisplayManager tab, click View Scenes, Lights, and Cameras .
See SolidWorks Help: Lights.

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