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Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 6:25:42 PM | Renderings

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My office is currently using Revit LT 2016.  We are looking to get a better quality for our renderings.  We have tried using the highest quality settings in the cloud but it still has a cartoonish look to it.  What is the easiest to use rendering software out there that is compatible with the Revit LT 2016 to get the quality renderings we are looking for.  Thanks


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Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 8:33:17 AM | Renderings

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3DS Max is a possibility, though an expensive one.

They'e currently working on a version of Vray for Revit, but it's not available yet.


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Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 6:49:17 PM | Renderings

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http://lumion3d.com/

 

I'm not a rep but I fully endorse that software. Watch one of their videos where they put materials on and render a house in real time... it's only 7 minutes long and you're like there's no way they did that this quick... and then you use it and you realize it is indeed that fast (once you get over the initial learnign curve- which is barely a mole hill).

 

The trick to Lumion with Revit is that it reads material parameters (for each object), not necessarily the materials themselves... so once you master that, applying materials is a breeze. 


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I've had success getting good quality renderings from regular REVIT that are not cartoonish ? Using REVIT LT and trying to get top quality rendering may be asking too much. Perhaps that's the 'LT' part and the $6000 difference ?


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