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Fri, May 4, 2007 at 7:37:43 PM | Rendering




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How do you get a good render, mine always turns out pixely and blurry.

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Sat, May 5, 2007 at 7:40:14 AM | Rendering



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 here is some info posted previously by Tom Dorner

"Realistic rendering depend on a number of factors. Camera location, lighting, geometry, materials, plantings, people and skys all come into play. The first place to start is at it is the source for Accurender information and materials. Dowload and installing their library will be a good start. Also take a look at their tutorials as most of what they talk about applies to the Accurender engine inside of Revit. I use real sky backgrounds, RPC contnet from and go through many test renderings to set everything up to my liking. It takes a bit of trial and error and you learn from experience. Focusing on DPI settings is a false hope. The basic rule of thumb I use is to size my scene in Revit at about 25% larger than I will print it. Then most of my renderings are done at 150 - 200 dpi which is more than plenty if you have everything else set up correctly."

here's the link if you want to investiagate further


Edited on: Sat, May 5, 2007 at 7:42:13 AM


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Sat, May 5, 2007 at 11:10:53 PM | Rendering




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Ok thanks, but what is accurender?

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Sun, May 6, 2007 at 3:51:07 AM | Rendering



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Hi Coreed, Thank for tips and link sites. I am a Revit user from Malaysia. Today, (May 5) I posted 3 images (Lamgkawi, Malaysia - Tropical Design) which I did by Revit's Accurender. It took me quite while to understand Accurender in order to produce good rendering works.

Hi Devy,

For good quality rendering I suggest you also use high resolution material instead of those suppied by Revit. I found the result is much better. Only trial and error will get you used to all the settings. Have fun. 


G'day mate. I am migrating to Sydney, Australia. Looking for Revit Architect position. Any taker? Thanks. Kim Wong.

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