This tab is not available if the selected saved views are in an Elevation or Plan type of view group.
Provides options for more sophisticated scenarios of Smart Review, such as fine tuning stereo glasses.
The Perspective, Time display, and Fit options are disabled for Save and Recall views.
Defines the stroking tolerance for round surfaces such as pipes, reducers, and so on. The larger the tolerance, the better the display quality. However, large tolerance values increase the view update time. The tolerance must be an integer between 4 and 100. For faster updates, the recommended tolerance is 16. For the highest quality update, the recommended tolerance is 100.
Enables stereo viewing. See the Smart Review Installation Guide for system requirement and supported hardware for using this option.
Stereo viewing is available in the full product and the Photo-Realism module.
Set your video driver to Stereo interlaced mode before you run Smart Review.
If the Stereo option is disabled, verify that Stereo Display is selected in the Advanced Video Attributes dialog box in the Video Configuration application in Control Panel.
If the Stereo option on the Advanced tab is not available, make sure your video driver is set to stereo. In some driver versions/configurations, the menu selection may be available, even when the stereo is not enabled on the driver.
You do not have to remove stereo glasses when switching between stereo mode and regular mode. Smart Review automatically switches to regular mode when you select a menu command or dialog box.
Specifies the actual distance between your eyes in model units. Typically, this value is about 2.2 inches or 5.6 centimeters. A larger value exaggerates the effect, while a smaller value reduces the effect. An accurate value produces realistic depth perception. This option only effects stereo viewing.
Specifies the distance to the selected object. The f distance is the point at which objects are level with the screen. For example, closer objects appear to be coming out of the screen and objects that are further away appear to be behind the screen. This option only effects stereo viewing.
Displays the value for the ratio of the Main view window width to height (X to Y value) at the time that the view was saved. However, when the view is recalled, the aspect ratio is that of the current view. The aspect ratio is not saved or restored.