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    How do you insert a background image using Autodesk rendering?
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    Default Re: Background image when rendering

    Quote Originally Posted by Revit for Breakfast View Post
    How do you insert a background image using Autodesk rendering?
    I heard there's a workaround where you create a billboard for the image.. Although, I can honestly say, I don't think I've ever seen a round billboard..
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