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Fri, Feb 1, 2019 at 2:56:12 PM | REVIT LT and rendering?

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I have been using AEC Suite since 2014. I use REVIT and 3DS MAX a lot. I changed to a renewable license almost 3 years ago. In August my license cost will double. Am contemplating a change to a license for just REVIT LT. 

REVIT LT does not integrate with ENSCAPE which was my first choice for a plug-in renderer. LT does not support plug-ins. I'm looking into workarounds with exported files etc. Does anyone here have any experience using LT with an indeoendent rendering program that gives a good result. 

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