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    Revit Cloud Rendering

    Perhaps this should go on the Rendering Discussion, but here goes:

    We have rendered some "panoramic views" with the new Adesk Revit Cloud Rendering feature.
    They look fantastic and rendered very quickly.

    The app places the panoramic view on the website, which requires a Subscriber log-in for access.

    The questions which arose so far are:

    1. Is there a way to "share" this ( other than the Facebook link )
    2. Is there a way to make a "standalone" so it could be given to Owners/Clients/Stakeholders?

    i.e.--the panaoramic view is really cool--now how do we show our project team/external partners?

    We could "record" a live version with Camtasia as we moved around in it, but that's a bit of a workaround.

    Has anyone tried this or figured out a way to share the panoramic views?
    Cliff B. Collins
    Registered Architect
    The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
    Autodesk Expert Elite

    #2
    I couldn't even get it share thru Facebook, the button did nothing. It would be nice to save it to some pano file type, I remember making these with Accurender back in the 90's and there were free viewers
    Rick Moore, AIA
    Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects

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      #3
      Bump.

      Anyone have any ideas?
      Cliff B. Collins
      Registered Architect
      The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
      Autodesk Expert Elite

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        #4
        Originally posted by cliff collins View Post
        Bump.

        Anyone have any ideas?
        yep, give us back the panorama function within Revit! :thumbsup:
        There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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          #5
          I would suggest checking out RevUp Render

          All of the cloud render servers are dedicated so you are not sharing them with all of the other users. Plus with RevUp Render you get all of the same controls that you get inside Revit and 3DS Max for rendering. You can see the render as it is processing and make changes live in the cloud.

          With RevUp Render you can render any type of view you like.
          Alex Cunningham
          Moderator
          "RFO 2012 Spelling Bee Champion"
          Last edited by Alex Cunningham; April 23, 2013, 06:03 PM. Reason: removed direct link

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