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    Default Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin


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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    Done, that would be great but i would not mind getting the AutoCAD 2008 rendering engine instead of Accurender.

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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    Revit is not doing that well in the "V-Ray Polls"...
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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    It isn't working properly!

    You attached an image, so it should be static, not live with the web page....I voted for Revit, and it says that Revit is tied with Form Z with 142 votes each...it didn't count my vote!

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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by luigi
    It isn't working properly!
    Sure it is. The image Blads posted shows FormZ with 142 votes and Revit with 128 votes & 1044 total votes. Now it shows FormZ still with 142 votes and Revit with 131 votes & 1047 total votes. You must have been looking at the Cinema4D votes...
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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    It is enough to vote for a fully working API, to make easy for the other companies write the plugins.
    That way, we can have Vray plugin, Maxwell plugin etc...

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    Default Re: Vote for Revit to have a V-Ray rendering plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by muttlieb
    Sure it is. The image Blads posted shows FormZ with 142 votes and Revit with 128 votes & 1044 total votes. Now it shows FormZ still with 142 votes and Revit with 131 votes & 1047 total votes. You must have been looking at the Cinema4D votes...
    I think you are right...but currently Form Z is ahead of them all....with over 600 votes....hmm...I better double check, unless I make the same mistake :P

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