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Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 7:39:14 PM | Memory Hog

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When I start a rendering in revit while processing the voxel and screen space my free memory drops from 1.6 gigs or so to about 150 megs. If I do the rendering at a good quality then revit will crash, if I do it at a lower quality it will sometimes finish the rendering. When it does finish and I export the rendering, my memory is still down about about 500 megs (after pressing display model). Is there a way to free up my memory without having to close the project after every rendering? And is anyone else having problems with revit using hella much more memory than it should need to? Cheers!

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Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 8:48:53 PM | RE: Memory Hog

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Okay im not sure what happened... but I was fiddling around with a whole bunch of settings and my rendering seem to be working great now! I think one issue might have been that the ground plane was set way below the xy plane so maybe it had to calculate all the way down or something. But whatever it is I getting some pretty high quality renderings and not nearly so much ram usage! =) Cheers!!

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Fri, Jul 27, 2007 at 8:58:49 AM | Memory Hog

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if you watch your ram/cpu/hdd usage while you are rendering you will see

it's all cpu..


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