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    i don't think there's enough active contributions to the rendering & gallery forum so here's some renders i produced a couple of months ago for a chinese submission. These two are rendered in Revit 2011 on default 'high' settings.
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    Last edited by elton williams; September 6, 2011, 09:44 AM.
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    #2
    Nice....:thumbsup:
    Martijn de Riet
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      #3
      What was the exposure level in the rendering dialog settings?
      Looks a little too warm for me. I mean yellow-greenish.
      " Purpose may point you in the right direction but it's passion that propels you" - Travis McAshan

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        #4
        Originally posted by rohini View Post
        What was the exposure level in the rendering dialog settings?
        Looks a little too warm for me. I mean yellow-greenish.
        i agree but i have no idea, i dont even have acces to the .rvt file anymore, those were taken from my .pdf portfolio
        the default exposure is 6500 so go figure

        your render looks great! does the horiozon in the bother you? i know there are workarounds like loading up on trees or even workflows using images but i wish revit would automatically continue the sky down instead of just showing a dull grey below ground zero.
        Last edited by elton williams; September 6, 2011, 02:18 PM.
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          #5
          Really wish I could post some of the renderings I have done.... Working on asbuilts of one of my projects and the requirements for submittal is a interior and exterior rendering. Since I have actual pictures I am creating new views in Revit to match the actual pics. One of the lobby renderings in Revit is probably 90% accurate to what was actually built. My submittal is going to have them side by side.

          I'll have to see if one of the other projects I helped out with the advanced modeling stuff will let me share those pics as they were for a school in Washington.
          Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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            #6
            Whatever it is I wish Revit rendering was as fast as 3ds max rendering. I don't understand why it takes soooooo long to finish one rendering.
            Anyways I love Revit!
            :beer:
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              #7
              Originally posted by rohini View Post
              Whatever it is I wish Revit rendering was as fast as 3ds max rendering. I don't understand why it takes soooooo long to finish one rendering.
              Anyways I love Revit!
              :beer:
              Revit render engine is limited to 1 CPU core.... right???? 3ds can use up to 32 cores i think.
              -Alex Cunningham

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                #8
                Originally posted by Alex Cunningham View Post
                Revit render engine is limited to 1 CPU core.... right???? 3ds can use up to 32 cores i think.

                Why just 1 CPU core when we have tasks like rendering?
                " Purpose may point you in the right direction but it's passion that propels you" - Travis McAshan

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                  #9
                  MR in Revit is limited to the number of cores in the machine, i believe. It is not limited like the rest of Revit, but it is still limited. I dont recall if its "whatever is in the machine," or "8," but i know itll use 8.
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                    #10
                    Yup, rendering is one of the few things that will fully use all system capabilities. But you can't use a render farm though...
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