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Jason Grant: Magic Formula for Revit Renderings

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    Jason Grant: Magic Formula for Revit Renderings

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    This matches some examples that I have seen and slightly different than others. With everything, I like to validate what I am doing and what the effects are of other options. So, I took a piece of a project and ran numerous rendering passes with different settings. The graphs shown below are the results of this test. The vertical numbers are the seconds that it took to complete. The Benchmark is the settings shown at the beginning of the post, each setting then takes the benchmark and tweaks the settings from the lowest to highest setting and I even included the default choices.
    This first graph shows 5 minute increments up to 1 hour.

    This second graph shows the entire range at 30 minute increments with the highest Image Precision taking 10 hours and notice the Default Best setting hanging out around the 9 hour mark.
    There are a few things with the rendering settings that I wish one could do and it would make life ohh so much easier. I really only need one of these but all would be nice...
    1. Allow the customized settings to be saved for use in other views so that custom is the same everywhere.
    2. Allow the customized settings to be saved in named settings similar to how we can save printer setups.
    3. Allow the draft, low, medium, high and best settings to be adjusted in the project or globally in Revit.

    Click here to view the entire blog post.

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