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Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 7:20:27 PM | New to Revit

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My name is Dan and I heve been doing arch viz using MAX for several years now. Our firm is going to Revit and we are starting to schedule training for some teams. I am interested in how Revit will be going to MAX for 3D visualizations. Specifically, learning about materials and lighting issues. I will be hanging around learning what I can and asking a few stupid questions from time to time. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

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Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 10:34:40 PM | New to Revit

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starting with Revit Architecture 2009, Revit will have a new file format designed for taking Revit models in Max

also, all revit material will now be included in Max

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Also, I understand the the render engine within Revit has been seriously overhauled in Revit 2009. A lot more emphsis is being placed on being able to produced presentation graphics from within one package.

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