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Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 2:09:46 PM | Revit & Lumien

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Has anyone had experiences with Revit and the Lumien Rendering Software.


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Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 2:16:13 PM | Revit & Lumien

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We have looked at this several times and we like what we see.   We did some test renders and it was easy to use with good results.  Especially if you keep it loose and suggestive.   We still have not bought it because of budget but I hope that changes.


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Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 8:14:57 AM | Revit & Lumien

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We're using this everyday. Easy to learn, great results! Easy model replacement after changes in Revit. Lot's of functionality and cool effects! Not as photo realistic like StudioMAX but you can learn Lumion in a couple of days. 

See the attached image, no more than a few hours in Lumion, render time was around 3 minutes. 

 



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Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 4:56:15 AM | Revit & Lumien

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Yes, my office now uses Lumion exclusively for rendering, with just a little photoshop post-production where necessary.

Super easy to learn and to use, very quick updates when the model changes and rendering takes not time.

 


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Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 6:14:54 PM | Revit & Lumien

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Agree with everyone's comments here. 98% of hardcore render people will say it's not as good as Max, etc. but you can literally learn and be highly functional in Lumion in hours, not the months (or even years) it takes to master Max.

 

Another added benefit is being able to have client meetings and "walk" them through the space. You'd be amazed at what a powerful tool that is for residential clients so they can actually see and visualize their new home since a good portion of people outside the deisgn world are able to do that.

 

Some people I work with might argue that is a more powerful attribute than the actual renderings it can produce (which are stellar in their own right).


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Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 6:37:16 PM | Revit & Lumien

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*"are not able to do that"

 

Also, OP, it's Lumion not Lumien :-)


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Nice rendering.


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