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Sun, May 29, 2011 at 6:44:08 PM | Help Exporting a Walkthrough

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Hey, I'm sure that there are plenty of other threads that explain this in detail, but i need some help exporting my walkthrough. I'm a student in high school so i have the Student Version of course. The basic situation is that i have to present this on Tuesday for my Final Exam. I sent myself the file to work on at home over the weekend and i added in a bunch of models i downloaded from revitcity.com to make the walkthrough look awesome. So my question is, can i just email/ download the file to a flash drive, plug it in at school, and all of the models i downloaded at home will still be on there, or will i need to export the walkthrough into a video at home then bring that in to school on Tuesday? thank you all for the help.


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Mon, May 30, 2011 at 11:43:28 PM | Help Exporting a Walkthrough

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too late, i wound up exporting it in two big chunks, but im also saving the everything onto a flash drive.. Including the exported videos themselves, the powerpoint i embedded the videos on, and the project itself.. hopefully ONE of those three things should work... if all else fails, ill just use the walkthrough i made a week ago for the presentation, then show the instructor the good version from my phone or something.. wish me luck.


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Tue, May 31, 2011 at 1:39:59 PM | Help Exporting a Walkthrough

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Good luck!  Yes-- all of your objects are imbedded in your project, once you load them in. So you can take your project elsewhere to render without all sorts of links to files/folders getting broken. 

 

And exporting a walkthrough is the best bet, anyway.  It's just a simple AVI, nothing can go wrong with that.


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