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Mon, Sep 24, 2007 at 8:43:29 AM | Revit with VIZ??

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Hi!!

Heard some rumors about that Revit soon will contain Autodesk VIZ... Is it just a rumor, or is it a fact? Anyone who know?

 

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Mon, Sep 24, 2007 at 10:46:03 AM | Revit with VIZ??

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there is going to be some sort of change. because there license for Accurender is about up. My money is bet on the ablitiy to directly link revit files into the Viz Render program that is already supplied with Autocad Architecture. They will just be providing this program with Revit also. but i am probably wrong, but that's my guest.

 


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Mon, Sep 24, 2007 at 11:20:36 AM | Revit with VIZ??

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Thanks..

Does it mean that it`s just the VIZ render engine that is included, or is the whole 3ds viz?

 

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Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 1:20:48 PM | Revit with VIZ??

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I would say just the Viz render engine but I could be wrong.

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Wed, Sep 26, 2007 at 11:01:28 AM | Revit with VIZ??

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If Autodesk incoporated Viz render engine into Revit, that would be a great news. I doubt it will happen. It makes no business sense to Autodesk as it will kills it own product Viz 2008 that is serving very well for AutoCAD, ADT and Revit.  Or maybe they could develop a new product call RevitViz base on 3DStudio/Viz render engine! Let us hope for the best as I am quite frustrated with AccuRender - well sometime.


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Wed, Sep 26, 2007 at 1:38:04 PM | KimWong

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Quoting KimWong from 2007-09-26 11:01:28

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If Autodesk incoporated Viz render engine into Revit, that would be a great news. I doubt it will happen. It makes no business sense to Autodesk as it will kills it own product Viz 2008 that is serving very well for AutoCAD, ADT and Revit.  Or maybe they could develop a new product call RevitViz base on 3DStudio/Viz render engine! Let us hope for the best as I am quite frustrated with AccuRender - well sometime.

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Autodesk already provides the Viz Render w/ Autocad Architecture as part of the program package.

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