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    Rendering in Revit...

    Hello everyone...

    Really i`m new in Revit, I`m trying to make rendering but the output was unrealistic.

    It seems i must developed Rendering and Lighting settings... anyone can put me at the road in rendering

    i saw many lessons about that but it was difficult to make a "real scene" with a good lighting...

    thank you...

    #2
    Hi Sami.

    Have you read Juans post here ?
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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      #3
      Just a word of caution is to double check if using 2012 because when I tried the same settings there, the results were very different than expected.
      Juan Carlos Moreno
      Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
      Sisley Cosmetics

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        #4
        Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
        Hi Sami.

        Have you read Juans post here ?
        Thank you Munkholm... I used it but the result wasn`t acceptable It seems some options must be done before ...

        and ... i`m trying

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          #5
          Sami, to give you any valuable input, you´ll need to provide us with one of the "unacceptable" renderes, and tell us more about what you´re doing, and in what ways you´re expecting to improve it.
          Klaus Munkholm
          "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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            #6
            Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
            Sami, to give you any valuable input, you´ll need to provide us with one of the "unacceptable" renderes, and tell us more about what you´re doing, and in what ways you´re expecting to improve it.
            Im trying to make render in revit but the main thing for me that i can`t see anything from the scene unless i add artificial lights for interior (about 18 lights)...

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              #7
              3D View 3.jpg Draft with 18 lights

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                #8
                Originally posted by Sami View Post
                Im trying to make render in revit but the main thing for me that i can`t see anything from the scene unless i add artificial lights for interior (about 18 lights)...
                You don´t have any windows?

                Interiors are hard (but not impossible) to do, especially if you need to rely only on artificial lighting.
                If you don´t mind a bit of daylight coming in to the scene, you could apply a "Section Box" to the view, to cut away everything behind the camera.
                Klaus Munkholm
                "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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                  #9
                  Munkholm... my problem in the file attached

                  Very dark when i use artificial only

                  Very light when i use sun only ... of course i made this quickly to show u

                  1r.jpg

                  2r.jpg

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                    #10
                    You probably need to turn up the "Wattage" on your artificial lights... Those have to be unrealistic high from my experience.

                    In both cases, you should try to play with the "Adjust Exposure" settings after the Render is complete... Can work wonders sometimes
                    Klaus Munkholm
                    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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