Podium Walker Video Gallery

 Lakehouse - Nat Ellis

This is a large video .mp4 file. Give it a few minutes to completely download and then play it.

 Wayne Hillside Park - John Aikin Design

 Blue House - Aikin Design

Video by John Aikin, animated and rendered in Podium Walker 1.2.3

 Lumb Carr Ave. - David Giz

Original SketchUp model and animation created by Dave Giz, modified by Cadalog team.

Our latest Podium Walker animation showcases Dave Giz's "Lumb Carr Ave. Proposal," an extremely cool outdoor patio and green-space. The animation was brought to life using Podium Walker 64-bit, which allows users to animate larger, more complex models than ever before, and renders videos faster than ever.

 Elegant Residence - Paul Olsen

Modeling by Paul Olsen, and designed by Alexander Design Group, inc.

Our latest Podium Walker animation showcases the power of Podium Walker 64-bit through this beautiful visualization of an elegant residential property. Podium Walker 64-bit lets you animate larger more complex models than ever before, and renders your videos quicker than ever.

 Tilburg near Seattle

The Tilburg video was created using Podium Walker 1.2.2

 Big Interior Lobby

The Big Interior Lobby video includes over 30 Podium Browser items, including the following models and materials:

  • Apple 27 Display
  • Apple Keyboard
  • Apple Magic Mouse
  • Macbook Air
  • Conference Table 01
  • Magazines 01, 02, 03
  • Books 02, 08
  • Filing box
  • LC2 Chair Leuwico
  • Poulsen Magazin CL
  • VP Cabinet 05
  • VP Coffee Table 13
  • Cast Iron 1
  • PDM Aluminium
  • Banana Palm
  • Californai Umbrella VAST 118
  • Vase Set Red #1
  • Cement 009
  • PDM Paving 040, 043
  • PDM Stucco 03
  • PDM Granite Soft Cream

 Outdoor Plaza

This video illustrates Podium 1.0.3’s support for Hidden LEMs of SU Podium. The street light fixtures come from Podium Browser’s free street lights and employ hidden LEMs. This version features Browser Paid content 3D trees as well as 3D cars. Choose the 720 resolution for better quality.

 Lietchfield Extra Care

Modeling by Jeremy Justice, with animation by David Wayne. Created in Podium Walker 1.2.0 Beta.

 Three Interiors by Nat Ellis

Modeling by Nat Ellis. Click here to link to source.

This video combines the Walker animations from three models, created by Nat Ellis. Several key frame animations were created from each model, using a variety of camera speeds. animating each model using mutliple keyframes with various camera speeds. Each keyframe from each model was outputed to MPEG format at 1280 X 720 resolution. Bit rate used was 8000. The outputed .mp4 video files were then stitched together using Camtasia 8 to create one .mp4 file. Music layer was added as well. The original models created by Nat Ellis were modeled in SketchUp with a variety of Podium Browser items and rendered in SU Podium V2+. Look at the home page to see a slide show of the SU Podium V2+ rendered images.

 House Near Seattle on a Hill

The original video was created at 1920 X 1080 pixel resolution using MPEG output. However, resoluton is degraded on YouTube. If you would like to download the original .mp4, download it from here. (This is a very large file so make sure the entire .mp4 is downloaded before playing it.)

This video illustrates the use of 4 keyframe paths combined together. House on a hill in Seattle in Christmas is a a recreation of house in brione but on a fictitious hill near Seattle during Christmas. The Christmas tree and fire place use SU Podium LEM lighting. Much of the components such as the trees, chairs, Christmas tree, car, and ofcourse light fixtures came from Podium Browser