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    New and very odd rendering problem

    I've never had this happen before. Any ideas. New and very odd rendering problem-rendering-issue.jpg

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    The image is taking super long to download... Whats it doing? (Whoops. This is Aaron.)
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    Woah. I see it now. Dance club lights? Nnnnn tssssss nnnnnnn tssssss nnnnnnn nnnnnnn tssssss :glow sticks:
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    Materials with a lot of reflection?

    You have probably seen it already but if not have a read: http://www.revitforum.org/rendering-...ghts-only.html

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    I re ran the rendering on another machine and it came out fineNew and very odd rendering problem-rendering-stabucks.jpg

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    no setting changes?! odd.

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    I suspect a Graphics card issue on the 1st machine..........
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    initial image looks like the photons bouncing around the scene before being computed by Mental Ray. In 3ds Max, you'd get something similar if you lower the photon count

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    I preferred the Scarface -esque decor of the first one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdbrownaia View Post
    I re ran the rendering
    Sorry for bother but is it done with Revit?
    Recently I have been using Lumion all the time - time is the key choice - but after a while I have the feeling that Lumion rendering still images have their "style" - somebody else could argue that they all look the same - thus my question.
    I never worked that long on a rendering in Revit; your result seems quite good to me.
    Did you model also your own light?
    Any photoshop touch here and there?
    Thanks

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