RevitCity.com Logo

Home  |  Forums  |  Downloads  |  Gallery  |  News & Articles  |  Resources  |  Jobs  |  FAQ  |  SearchSearch  |  Join  |  LoginLogin

Welcome !

217 Users Online (75 Members): Show Users Online - Most ever was 626 - Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 2:00:17 PM

 

Forums

Forums >> Revit Building >> Technical Support >> Rendering Walkthroughs

Search this ThreadSearch this Thread | Page 2 of 2 | << Previous 1 | 2

Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 3:28:10 PM | Rendering Walkthroughs

#16

llenyard


active

Joined: Wed, Oct 31, 2007
3 Posts
No Rating


Hi, I'm making an animation. I exported the walkthrough at 3336 x1592 pixel quality (which is 300 presentation quality in revit). I used WMM (windows movie maker) to edit it (which im going to try to download virtualdub or something else). The problem I'm having is the the movie is blurry. I want a high res movie. Should I try exporting the walkthrough at 1920x916 I think which is the default revit exporting option and as try a different movie editing software, in order to achevie a high res animation? O yes, I also only exported about 65 pictures at 15 pictures (frames) per second making the movie only about 10 seconds long (I plan to make a longer movie but it took about 15 hours to render only 65 frames becuase of the pixilation quality. So my question is, 1) what is a good exporting pixalation ratio, 2) what is a real good editing software, 3) how many frames should i export to achieve a smooth movie. Thank you all


This user is offline

 

Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 4:04:23 PM | Rendering Walkthroughs

#17

Hammer01


active

Joined: Thu, Jul 17, 2008
1 Posts
No Rating


I rendered 800 frames at 300dpi no compression, it took my computer 55 hours. My video was an aerial fly-by of an entire community so 300dpi was great for that.The file ended up being corrupted, i used Virtual Dub and it was fixed.

We use Ulead Videostudio at work and it's really good. There is also PowerDirector and Pinniacle Studio which are also good.

For a good frame rate read this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_rate 

 


This user is offline

 

Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 8:49:14 PM | Rendering Walkthroughs

#18

ststuck


active

Joined: Sat, Oct 25, 2008
1 Posts
No Rating


Rendering the video as individual pictures (.jpeg) is a good idea, that way you never lose any frames if your computer crashes.  Just have another program stitch them together, I know 3Ds max can do this as well.  Also, if you change anything you will only have to re-render those frames.  For instance, if you change something in a room, you will only have to re-render the frames in that room then re-stitch the video.  Also, one of the biggest advantages is if you have multiple computers you can have one computer render the first half of the frames and the other computer the other half and then stitch.  It cuts your render time in half!

This user is offline

 

Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 8:03:37 PM | Rendering Walkthroughs

#19

Jhui


active

Joined: Fri, Feb 9, 2007
69 Posts
No Rating


It seems that if you use Windows Movie Maker, its not very forgiving of irregular aspect ratios. One such example: we have a walkthrough at 800 W x 1500 H. WMM imported it at a 4:3 ratio.

This user is offline

 

Search this ThreadSearch this Thread | Page 2 of 2 | << Previous 1 | 2



Similar Threads

Thread/Thread Starter

Forum

Last Post

Replies

IMproving rendering of walkthroughs

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, Jun 28, 2006 at 10:07:25 AM

3

photo-realistic rendered walkthroughts

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 7:18:24 PM

3

How to play walkthroughs

Revit Building >> Tips & Tricks

Fri, May 7, 2010 at 6:51:57 PM

1

3d max 8.0

Community >> The Studio

Fri, Aug 4, 2006 at 3:31:09 AM

0

Your dream computer setup for rendering in Revit?

Community >> The Studio

Mon, Nov 26, 2007 at 10:35:27 PM

2

Site Stats

Members:

1491317

Objects:

21156

Forum Posts:

151138

Job Listings:

3

Sponsored Ads

Home | Forums | Downloads | Gallery | News & Articles | Resources | Jobs | Search | Advertise | About RevitCity.com | Link To Us | Site Map | Member List | Firm List | Contact Us

Copyright 2003-2010 Pierced Media LC, a design company. All Rights Reserved.

Page generation time: 0.1760

Login

User Name:

Password:

Remember Me  

Forgot Password?

Search Forums

Advanced Search

Search Forums

Advanced Search


Clear Highlights


Clear Highlights