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    Is there a batch render for revit ?

    Hi, when i render a high quality images it take hours so i am going to sleep and let computer do it but i have two views that need to be render for the same project now my question is there any plugin or 3rd party programme that can do this queue so i can render my views and wake up to see them finished

    #2
    You can use the cloud to render your Revit projects. Check out Autodesk labs. There is a small plug in to download for Revit. Export the view you want, send to cloud and viola, your rendered image will be e-mailed back to you.
    It is very fast as well
    Andrew Harp
    BIM Manager GHD
    If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you.
    If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

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      #3
      ooops somebody help i downloaded the plugin and registered in the autodesk lab nut when click start render ,it tells me error connecting to server even i turned off the windows firewall !!! please help.

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        #4
        Would be nice to hear what kind of error are you getting. Anyway Autodesk cloud is awesome tool, renders image in few minutes, with their filters and configurations.

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          #5
          can it did the job when i close revit and browser because i did one and nothing is show in my render gallery

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            #6
            There was a batch render .bat and journal file created back in the AR days (circal RAC 2008). I *think* someone updated it for the MR dialogue boxes, though im not sure it ever got updated to the ribbon interface. Though- Since the RFO Benchmark runs rendering, the answer is a resounding yes, it can. The way the old one worked, it asked you to specify a few views, and it rendered them and saved them to project.

            I made a few edits to the journal file, and was able to get it to change resolution, save images, export to file, etc. And i cant write squat for VB and code. So its definetely doable if you take a morning and write it out. Or yeah, you can use Cloud services.
            Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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              #7
              just finished rendering in both cloud and normal render compared between both of them i must say rendering in cloud is fast but is not as well realistic as rendering in programme plus RPC is limited to factory.
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                #8
                Ahmed, though I'm not too happy with the current cloud rendering, those images is a very poor comparison. The cloud can make much better images, in much less time. But as you've already pointed out, it also have some major shortcomings.

                If you need all your RPC's, etc. and wanna go on with batch rendering in Revit, I'd highly recommend the script Aaron mentioned earlier. You can find it here:
                buildz: Render Queue (ish) for Revit
                But, since this is some years old, you'll need to read thru all the comments in the above blogpost, in order to get it working.
                (Hint - you'll end up using it as a journal file... So maybe using the code from the Benchmark is just as easy...)
                Klaus Munkholm
                "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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                  #9
                  yes i like the link and the topic but i am not expert in coding at all.

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                    #10
                    You don't need to be... Just follow the instructions in the blogpost.
                    Klaus Munkholm
                    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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