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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 5:45:46 PM | Interior Rendering Too Gray and Washed out, I have tried several methods to

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resolve it. I deleted a interior cosmetic wall parrale to the exterior concrete wall. I think my problem is  partially with the opening.

The material properties of the wall opening could be default light source or glass, which do I choose? I think this is

only part of the problem. I am accustomed to Revit 08 I got good images within 30 minutes, why did Revit change a

good rendering engine?

I placed it perfectly, but it seems to be limiting light. I just completed a test render and noticed slightly more light.

Its still on the dark gray side, but lighter than the attached file which has the opening and cosmetic wall.

The copied glass block row is on the south side. For setting I choose custum and checked portals for windows and

doors. I am using fall equainox, (I tried spring and summer equainox also) ground level plan, relatative to project. I have made minor image adjustments.

I choose a background color of pale blue, sky or anything else causes a black rendering (???????). The scheme

is interior sun and artificial lights, even though there are no fixtures. I am very frustrated and spent 14 hours

playing with the lighting. My walls are matte white, lite biege floor I greatly appreciate input. My test renders take 1.5 hrs. Wow, I am using a 2010 Asus Pent. 7. Do I need to expand my virtual memory or what? Again thanks for any help



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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 7:23:24 PM | Interior Rendering Too Gray and Washed out, I have tried several methods to

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read some threads below, they are very helpful...

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Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 10:38:38 PM | Thanks for the reply I read those and they do not help. This is a 2009 model not

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modeled in Revit 08. In Revit 08 there was a spin dail where you could position the

sun right out the window. I tried azimuth 168 deg and altitude 27 to simulate that.

I got a more intense light window but still had the gray and washed out appearance.

In Revit 08 I was always able to get some type of clear natural wall wash of light and then

add studio lights. But in 2010 its like searching for a needle in a hay stack for solutions.

I paid $700 to upgrade so I am somewhat dissappointed. Thanks again. 

I modeled in Revit 09 and opened it in 2010 to do rendering.


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