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    Rendering Lines

    Our Civil group is trying to do some renderings in Revit of some utility buildings they are designing and they are getting a lot of lines (including on the face of the building) in the rendering. The lines don't really seem to match anything from the topography and the lines of the building are on the face of the wall and are in the same location regardless of view rotation. Is Revit just rendering the concrete as if it has cracked? (Joking)

    What is going on here? How can we get all of these lines to go away?
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    The lines in the topo look like the triangulation edges that you can turn off in VG, although I'm not able to reproduce the effect here. The line in the building looks to be similar - although if it is a wall it shouldn't do that. Usually that happens when one corner is slightly out of plane and it has to triangulate the face to keep it solid.

    edit: realistic mode will show the triangulation - did they render a camera view or just set it to realistic and export the image?
    Last edited by cellophane; April 10, 2015, 05:47 PM.
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      #3
      It is a rendered camera view.

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        #4
        I just checked the model and the views he is rendering does not have triangulation edges turned off.

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