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Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 6:32:04 PM | Rendering problems

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I need some help!! I am rendering in REVIT using a good resolution but I am havinf this black and white kinda of shadows everywhere....Somebody can help me please?? I don't know what else to do. 



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Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 6:52:44 PM | Rendering problems

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Those are not shadows on the walls, this happens with obtuse view angles and low light.  Jut like real world, you might be better off with some studio lights.


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Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 2:06:51 PM | Rendering problems

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I would experiment with different custom FG settings in Revit.  You are getting diffuse ray bounces off the floor.  Take shadows down a notch too.


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Can I suggest you try Enscape3D.It is a live renderer, so once you create a 3D View in Revit, you use the Enscape3D Addon to print the 3D view to a live renderer view that you can walk around and fly around. All you then need to do is to find your best vantage point, adjust the Enscape settings ( and theres lots of them) and then you simply print the view on the screen.We barely render anything in our office now that we have this addon.There is a free 14 day trial with the install and I think students get it for free.

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https://enscape3d.com/


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