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Wed, Aug 1, 2007 at 7:42:52 PM | Raytrace / Radiate

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amyjolindgren


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I seem to be getting a message that says my radiosity data associated with render scene may be out of sync with my model geometry.  This happens when I go to do an interior rendering with Radiate function...pdf attached.

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Wed, Aug 1, 2007 at 7:48:42 PM | Raytrace / Radiate

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P.S- I am using Architectural Revit 2008.

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Wed, Aug 1, 2007 at 7:53:34 PM | Raytrace / Radiate

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If you changed anything in your model you will get that message as any edits change the radiosity solution just click ok Smile

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Wed, Aug 1, 2007 at 8:07:00 PM | Raytrace / Radiate

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The Radiate... feature in Revit is a super systems hog.  It is best to use a couple of strategies.  First and most important, the more rough draft Renderings you can do before the final Rendering the better.  You want to do a bunch of low res renderings, and Region Raytrace.  Look at each draft and find any errors or materials that look wrong.  Then before doing your final Rendering, do your Radiate... test. 

Ipromana was right  we they said that any change in your model is going to make that Radiocity void. You can still use it, but it is not accurate and why would you want to use it if it isn't accurate?


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