View Full Version : Rendering A Walkthrough
2009-12-17, 12:39 AM
Just another quick question. Does anyone know if you can render a walkthrough? If so, Does it take quite a long time?
2009-12-17, 02:03 AM
Yes you can, and depending on the length, resolution and speed of your PC it can take a long time to render.
2009-12-17, 07:50 AM
Can anyone tell me how to render the walkthrough and if it's worthwhile doing it acording to the amount of time it will take to render. It's a 30sec walkthrough @ 15 frames/sec.
Any sugestions will be greatly appreciated.
2009-12-17, 10:35 PM
If you go to File (or Revit symbol in 2010) -> Export -> Images and Animations -> Walkthrough, you'll see down the bottom of the dialogue box a drop down for the graphics style. You can change this to <Rendered> and set the res of your movie. The time it will take depends on too many variables to make a guess. Try rendering a single frame at a couple of different points in your walkthrough and then multiply the time it takes out by how many frames will end up in your final render.
2009-12-17, 10:47 PM
Try to render one view with detail....time how long it takes.....multiply that by 450 (30 sec. x 15 frames)
That will give you an estimate....but some frames may render faster or slower than other frames.
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