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    Revit Rendering

    I am trying to rendering something from revit.
    Is it better to save the Project file as something else to run a rendering?
    or it doesn't really matter.
    A project is facing the end of CA right now so there are going to be no midification to the model, but i am little worried that it might increase the size of the file.

    You can render in the main file, the file size is not affected by rendering.
    You can save rendered images inside the project, or export them out to a folder on your system.

    Check with other team members before rendering, and let them know that you will be working in the file (assuming a workset enabled job ).
    Be careful not to change materials for rendering purposes if they are specific to the documentation/specifications.

    have fun and show us your renderings when done!

    PS-This post should be in the Rendering section of the Forum...............
    Last edited by cliff collins; July 1, 2011, 07:42 PM. Reason: thread location
    Cliff B. Collins
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    The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
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