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rendering a 3d model in archicad using creative imaging

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When you render a 3d model within archicad using creative imaging, where does it save the picture? I know it can temporarily be viewed under window but where does it actually save so you can plot it?
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Anonymous
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What version of Archicad are you using?

Is Creative Imaging an add-on to Archicad?

Anonymous
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Once the rendering is complete you have the option to save the image by simply using the "SAVE AS" command under the File menu. The created image will not reflect future changes to the model and new images will need to be created as needed to reflect the current state of the model.

Alternately, you can create a saved view by dragging the Camera (Generic Perspective) from the project map to the view map. Once you've created the view you can specify if the image should be created in the photorendering window or just the regular 3d window by opening the newly created view's settings. Last, add the view to a layout just as if it were any other plan or drawing. This method will regenerate the image as the model changes.

Choose depending on you needs.

Good luck.

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