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Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 6:14:59 PM | rendering in REVIT2010

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I am currently rendering an interior scene in my building however the rendering shows my materials to have "little white dots on the surface" is there an adjustment that I can make to the lighting?



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Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 6:43:07 PM | rendering in REVIT2010

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There are a lot of threads on this subject in the forum if you search using rendering.  Basically, with the render engine we have after 2008, you have to increase the output of interior lights.

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Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 8:56:23 PM | rendering in REVIT2010

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Yeah, I had the same problem.

Didn't get around to solving it yet though... 

 

Try setting it on a higher detail level - 'Best' will take you days to complete one image, but it might solve this issue. 

If you don't have days, then I think custom setting the 'indirect illumination precision/smoothness/bounces' will help.


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Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 12:12:46 AM | rendering in REVIT2010

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similar to what LSMS said, raise the "blurred reflection precision" and the "indirect illumination smoothness" value a couple / few marks higher than your view's setting and that will smooth it out.

 

though in your case, i can guarantee, that the blurred refleciton precision setting will help.  if you have access to photoshop, a localized gaussian blur filter can clean up what revit misses.


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