View Full Version : Accurender VRML (.wrl) files for Revit, where is it????
2003-10-15, 11:28 PM
In Accurender's version for AutoCAD there is an option for exporting the model as VRML (.wrl) file, I've looked in Revit and cannot find that option, does anybody know how to do this??, I used to share my models this way so people could navigate the model using Internet Explorer, this is a must have, please let me know, or let me know who should I contact so is inluded in Revit 6.
2003-10-15, 11:41 PM
You can export from Revit (and Revit's not-so-full-blown version of Accurender) to a PAN file, which will render a 360 degree spherical view. You will need to use a viewer from iMove to view and Pan within the file.
2003-10-15, 11:47 PM
yes, but a pan file or view is a one point 3dmensional view, and you cannot move from there, that's all you can see, and yes, you can connect it to as many panoramas as you want, and a VRML (.wrl or even .mov) files let you move anywhere you want in the model, walk, zoom, look up down, in out, no restrictions, and Accurender for AutoCAD has that option, why is it not here??, even ArchiCAD has that option, this should be implemented by Robert McNeel right away, we need it for presentations and to share with the client.
2003-10-16, 12:04 AM
Accurender within Revit is not the same as Accurender within AutoCAD, and is lacking some features. Heck, it didn't even have animation until 5.0 came along. Let's all hope that either Accurender is updated within Revit 6.0 or VIZrender is incorpirated by then...
2003-10-16, 12:18 AM
Great, now i'm gonna save my Revit 3D model as DWG, then i'll import it into a 3D modeling program (not Revit) and then save it as a VRML file, anyway accurender gets rid of the textures you already added to your intelligent model, well, one more unneccesary step, God, I wish I was a programmer!!!
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