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Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 4:26:38 AM | Need help with rendering!

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Hey, I'm very new to Revit and I was introduced to it through an architectural class at school. I've managed to figure the basics out, however, I'm having trouble with my rendering. Every time I render, my patterns disappear and everything justs looks different than what it did before I rendered it. Am I doing something wrong regarding the material or what?

Thanks in advance! :D


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Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 7:49:18 PM | Need help with rendering!

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It would be helpful if you could include some images to show what you are talking about, but I think it is that you need yo understand all of the different settings under the Materials.  Every object in your model has a material.  If none has been assigned it is just the Default material. For every material, there is ability to select the hatch pattern when the object is cut, a surface pattern I.E. lines representing bricks on an elevation.  You can set the basic color that the material will be when viewing the model in a shaded view.  Last, there is a field to select the Accurender material.  This will be an image map or procedural texture that is used when you render.

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Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 3:50:59 PM | Need help with rendering!

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First thought is that you're trying to use a Surface Pattern to render instead of AccuRender textures.  To get a better idea of what's going on, we'll need to see some screen shots.

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Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 4:17:43 PM | Need help with rendering!

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Yeah, I was trying to use the surface patterns. I just figured out that there were actual textures that give the appearance of materials! Ugh, but thank you for your assistance!

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