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Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 2:49:39 AM | Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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I do Maybe v-ray? I know revit is the best but this would really make it better. The people In autodesk that I've talked to don't know what is going to happen with this in the future. Does anyone here have some clues? Why do we have to spend all that extra money to get professional renderings? Post edited on 2006-06-18 00:34:04

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Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 7:20:15 AM | RE: Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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I agree with you. Autodeck has the best programs in the world but why do we have to own so many of the programs. I can see whey some programs are sold on there own but it seems that it would make sense to include a better renderer with Revit. If there was a vote, mine would be for V-ray for Revit......like thats ever going to happen!!!! But hey, if you autodesk guys out there are listening, give it a thought or two, you would be making a world of difference with the best architect program out there.

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Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 8:42:54 AM | RE: Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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Its kinda silly to be paying a rediculious fee for the program and then happy a lousy rendering engine. Vray should be included in the $5000.00 price tag. I thinks its greed..

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Mon, Jun 19, 2006 at 8:02:37 AM | RE: Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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i don't actually think autodesk would put a "lousy" rendering program in revit.. i don't think autodesk thinks AccuRender IS a lousy rendering program.. WE know it's old... and WE know it's very very slow... but there is still no rendering engine that can make things look as much like a "photo" as AccuRender.. that's got to be worth something... for me that leaves only the slowness problem... but i have a solution for that... it's called the next generation processor with the name "conroe".. dual conroes infact.. that processor is really fast.. and with two you can do a quick task while your rendering is getting done quick.. you see there is just too many rendering controls built into revit to fool around with exporting anything.. sorry to be so boring..

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Mon, Jun 19, 2006 at 3:10:44 PM | RE: Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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Should I start saving money for autodesk then? Post edited on 2006-06-19 10:11:54

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Mon, Jun 19, 2006 at 5:08:52 PM | RE: Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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yes amjhd help make money for autodesk.. you will feel so much better about yourself for helping a nice company like autodesk get on their feet.. you will be rewarded 10 fold.. bless your heart..

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Mon, Nov 20, 2006 at 6:04:47 AM | Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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yes i agree, our company just recently bought Revit, and I was thinking wow this program is cool but as soon as I started to Render I realised we are going to need to purchase max or maya just to render something decent.which will cost a bit considering we already paid $11,000 (australian)  for Revit!

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Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 10:04:09 PM | Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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I'd be happy with just being able to get my model (plus materials) OUT of Revit via a common format, like .obj. Then I could use what-ever to do my rendering.

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Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 11:04:29 PM | Who wants a better rendering engine in Revit?

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you can export you revit models into a DWG format and Maya and Max now have Autodesk plugins to which import a DWG format. This way you can get your 3d model in and work on it from there.

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