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    Exporting to FBX

    I have a model I am trying to export to fbx for rendering in 3DS and we are trying to render rebar. I have split the building into 4ths for the export, but I am still maxing out my 24gb of ram on this export. I can narrow the building down even more, but does anyone have other recommendations on how to get this out without taxing my computer and taking all day for a single export?

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    Originally posted by gdoherty0102 View Post
    I have a model I am trying to export to fbx for rendering in 3DS and we are trying to render rebar. I have split the building into 4ths for the export, but I am still maxing out my 24gb of ram on this export. I can narrow the building down even more, but does anyone have other recommendations on how to get this out without taxing my computer and taking all day for a single export?
    Revit 2014 and Max 2014? If so, then just Link in the RVT file to Max. No need to go out to FBX.
    Scott D Davis
    Sr. AEC Technical Specialist
    Autodesk, Inc.
    http://bit.ly/aboutsdd

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      Revit 2012. Probably max 2014 though

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        So I think I will need to see about taking a different route. My computer finally finished the export of 1/4th of the building and it took about 5 hours to do so. However, the FBX file that I ended up getting was 11gb, that seems HUGE!

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