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Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 2:25:14 PM | RPC people and objects

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amaruna


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Well I've just downloaded that free program on archvision.com-RPC Creator.I, myself concider that its rather easier to use it than to add people in photoshop. But I've seen some coments on the net saying that it's just a silly program that can't take into account the direction of light (the people in the pictures are already lit from another angle) .So I wanted to hear another opinion on the subject...

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Wed, Sep 21, 2005 at 1:52:07 AM | RE: RPC people and objects

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I've been trying to get some comments on this program as well - nobody seems to want to add their opinion though. I personally quite like the people that come bundled with Revit 7, especially considering the memory savings it appears to have over a 3D model. I'm interested to see everyone's thoughts on RPC plants - I haven't seen any in renderings and am considering buying a library to replace the pathetic (in terms of realism) plant families in Revit. The free program you mentioned I can't comment on - I've downloaded it twice and both installations have failed. (Maybe my computer doesn't like it!)

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Wed, Sep 21, 2005 at 2:03:23 AM | RE: RPC people and objects

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We only use RPC's for plants, people and cars. I would never consider using the Accurender plant library as is simply adds way too much time to the rendering. Archvision does make an RPC creator for $399 where you could create your own RPC content from a rendered object, but I find it easier to just buy my RPC content. The RPC from Archvison works with a number of other rendering engines as well, so your investment isn't limited to just being used in Revit. Tom

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Wed, Sep 21, 2005 at 7:55:28 AM | RE: RPC people and objects

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well...I'm glad you think that way, it really is a time economy ...I don't know why your download did't work because mine did and I've already made some RPC with my friens.The only thing I don't know yet is how to import this rpc in cinema 4D for this is the rendering engine that I usually use.If you know...please share the knowledge....

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