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    Rendering quality


    I am a new Revit user and I am learning how to render. I already rendered the exterior parts of my model and it came out nice, but when I tried to render the interior, the image came out with a bad quality and with a lot of noise.

    These are the settings I used:

    And this is the final image

    Thank you for your help
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    Just like photography, light quality is essential for good results in renderings. You will probably need light sources on the ceiling. Those wall units look like low powered lighting fixtures. As soon as you finish your render, play around with the exposure levels to make it brighter. You can also try raytracing for more bounces, but it will take more time.

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