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Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 3:59:16 PM | Rendered Walk through




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My computer is in the process of creating a walk through in Revit. It is taking the 3D "cartoon" building and doing the walk through like that. Is there a way to create a real rendered walk through similar to the pic attached? If so where do I get those instructions?

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Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 10:09:06 AM | Rendered Walk through




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It's an option in the walkthrough setup (I can't remember exactly where, and I can't open Revit at the moment), you can select how you want to create the walkthrough, the default option is the shaded view (what you are seeing), and another is to use the rendering options you have set up. Personally, I like to make the walkthrough witht he shaded view first to make sure it looks right, then let it render. Rendering a walkthrough tends to take a loooong time (at least it does in my computer).

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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:08:58 PM | Rendered Walk through




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 When you export the walkthrough, the length/format dialog box will open and you can choose under the model graphics style to render instead of just shade it. To set up the rendering quality, lights, background, you can select your walkthrough camera and go to instance properties. Under Camera you'll find the rendering settings. Winking

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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:58:08 PM | Rendered Walk through



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I think that most people who possess a rendered walkthrough have used the services of a render farm.  It takes our high-end desktops a minimum of a half hour for a decent render, and at 15-30 FPS, we're looking at aproximately a week of solid processing for a 10 second video.  (and the few times I've tried, something crashes and all progress is lost)

Though if you render a second at a time, there are benefits -- Firstly, computer use as time permits... secondly, you avoid the potential loss of everything, days into your walkthrough, and finally, there's no reason you can't splice everything together in an editing program as basic as windows movie-maker.

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