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Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 7:29:07 PM | Revit Flyarournds

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I'm having difficulty in creatind a building "fly-around" in Revit. Can anyone assist me?

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Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 4:00:49 AM | Revit Flyarournds

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I think this thread should be best disscussed in Revit Building or The Studio but nevertheless...

My usual way of flyarounds/ walkthru is carried out by assigning another new bird eye view level (usually higher that roof level & depends on the size & dimensions of your project/ building).

Sketch the walkthru path in bird eye view level and change the view depth and camera angle to what you intend to view along the way

Then open the walkthru view and adjust your camera frame and angle by using dynamic rotate tools.

You might need to adjust back and fore between plan (for path and keyframe) and camera (viewing angle) view to get your best flyaround or walkthru.

If you are intended to produce a flydown walkthru, it might be a little bit trickier as you have to adjust your sketched keyframe in elevation.

Hope this helps.


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