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Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 2:02:58 PM | help with rendering!




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Hi everyone

 i am having problems with rendering. I am fairly new with the program and I rendering for the 1st time. I have done my radiosity before rendering and i started on presentation and it looked awful! and then i did a medium dpi rendering and it doesn't look great either. Some of the furniture is all splotchy and the windows are splotchy and you can't see outside! i need help this project is due in less than 2 weeks! Thanks!

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For starters you need to have a look at the materials you are using for glass and the cupboards.  They have far too much bump mapping and reflectivity...  You may also want to add a couple of studio lights to enhance the ceiling lighting a bit more.  Reflected light in accurender lite is rather poor so it needs to be enhanced manually with extra lights.






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If you are fairly new to the Revit rendering process, then check this Revit rendering tutorial because it will save you tons of hours in the Autodesk Rendering process. The exterior and interior rendering in Revit is one of the most fundamental reasons that the architectural community initially moved to 3D graphics. Revit rendering is a topic every Revit student will need to dive in to at some point to develop a deeper understanding of each of the Revit rendering techniques. 

This Revit tutorial will show you step-by-step how to complete an Autodesk 360 rendering. Make sure you subscribe as we will also cover Revit in-product, local computer rendering in Autodesk Revit along with the differences in each method. At a minimum, my tip for the Smarter Architect community is "use this revit rendering process for all your draft rendering views and then select only a few final renderings for in-product Revit rendering.

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