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Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 2:04:20 PM | Revit ---> Photoshop




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Ello. Wondering what the best way of exporting (or moving) a revit plan, elevation, perspective etc to photoshop with best quality? Not too much pixelation in the lines...

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Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 2:20:44 PM | RE: Revit ---> Photoshop




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I'd print to a long as raster format is acceptable to you.

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Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 3:37:45 PM | RE: Revit ---> Photoshop




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i'd use file export image i find it gives the best results

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Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 7:33:06 PM | Revit ---> Photoshop




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this is my question too. i dont want to print anything directly from a sheet layout in revit. i want to export my building to photoshop so i can do some edits there. i am not just referring to 3D renderings but also 2D plans and sections. i want to export all of them to photoshop to do some edits. what is a good way to do that? what is a better format to edit in photoshop, PDF or TIFF?

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Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 7:44:50 PM | Revit ---> Photoshop



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Why don't you try both of them (PDF - TIFF), THEN post here about, what do you think the best was....



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Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 5:54:48 PM | Revit ---> Photoshop



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i find that  if is linework (2d) then printing pdf seems to give better line quality when opened in Photoshop. if is rendering images pic your format. i always print to pdf anything from Revit that i want to take into Photoshop.


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Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 6:10:21 PM | Revit ---> Photoshop



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Yeah, I agree with my experience I've gotten better results when I print to .pdf a Revit 2D or 3D view, (also when I print to .pdf a plan view, elevations,etc, from ACAD), then in photoshop when i've finished my image, I save it as .jpge file .....

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Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 6:31:20 AM | Revit ---> Photoshop




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but when we open a revit exported .pdf file (be it plans, sections, elevations) in photoshop, the entire image (be it plans, sections, elevations) tends to become lighter as compared to when viewed on opening the pdf directly. Even there is unsurity as the plots sometimes are decent and sometimes aren't.

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