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Sun, Sep 14, 2003 at 2:28:37 PM | Render on revit

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I beginning start to use revit. I'm interested in parametric 3-D modeling and database technology. my question : Why ray trace render resolution was not so good if I compare with Autodesk VIZ open the same file.? Does Revit can import Autodesk Viz (*.max) directly? if so, Can I use native material assigned by VIZ and render in Revit as well.? (actually I like to link revit files and render in VIZ. so, I can keep revit model/database for further. both are the same Autodesk family should be compatible read/write format hence wihtout Autocad can be work. your comment every much appricated. Regards,

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Wed, Sep 17, 2003 at 2:25:07 PM | RE: Render on revit

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no .. but Viz can import with DWG connection .. works fine.. export in DWG 2000 and import it in Viz or with design extension (max5) but not tested anymore here...

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Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 3:55:06 PM | RE: Render on revit

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Thanks for reply. my opinion just to avoid repeat assignment material. when I created an object/element on revit mean I choose material already for whole building. then when I'ld like to render clearly on VIZ do I have to did it again.? Uhmm..Export to AutoCAD 14/2000 Does it contain all object properties including material/lighting/camera/etc. I'm just begining to learn revit. sorry, if my question was innocence. anyway thanks again for sharing your idea. Cheers,

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Mon, Sep 22, 2003 at 7:08:11 PM | RE: Render on revit

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Revit can actually do some pretty good rendering, if you have the time to perfect it. Something you can change right away to get better renderings out of revit is to edit the image size of your rendering view. Simply go to the "rendering" tab on the left hand side and click "image size" The default image size is 72 dpi. The higher this number, the better your image will be. Put 150 in here and your rendering will instantly be twice as good. You can also play around with the settings in the "settings" tab. Do you have any more specific questions about rendering? -Hiroshi-

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Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 12:45:06 AM | RE: Render on revit

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Yes, it can be pretty, but there's still big difference between renders from VIZ and Revit. I think it's something about Enviroment settings, in VIZ's automatic/logarithmic exposure. But with good radiosity and highest quality it's nice. Do you have any tips or tricks on Revit's rendering? Post edited on 2006-03-09 18:51:57

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