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Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 7:12:55 PM | rendering

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I have a question regarding rendering:

Is it possible to set an option in Revit where an object (e.g. a tree) will not be seen in the rendering but its shadow and\or reflection will remain visible.

How do you do it?

Thank you!

Kobi


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Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 11:46:40 AM | rendering

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Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 3:02:05 PM | rendering

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Hi,

Thank you for answering me . The problem is that i didn't really understand what you did. Can you please explain the steps?

Thanks again,

Kobi.


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Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 2:45:53 AM | rendering

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69-

 

i was just demonstrating that almost anything is

possible one way or another in revit.. but as far

as shadows with no elements being visible- only

under certain condition can you even do it and it's

far from any kind of practical revit process.. it's

almost like an "artifact"- certain views with a

certain camera angle and it happens.. but

it's hard to pin down exactly what causes it..

 

sorry if i mislead you because this is really not

something revit does..

 

but i will be thinking about some of the kinds

of anomalies that causes it to happen and

post more about here later after i understand

more about it myself..

 

 


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