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3D Perspective generates far too large PDF

Chris Pooley
Enthusiast

Hi All,

 

I have had 2 jobs now where I have needed to "snip" a 3D perspective using the windows snipping tool and pasting onto the layout, rather than using a 3D perspective.

 

My preferred method would be to use a perspective, but something in my model or settings is having 2 negative effects:-

  1. taking a VERY long time to update when I open the layout or publish to PDF
  2. Makes my PDF's too large for my clients to view on their machine's.

I did not have this problems when I was working in A19. I am also not sure what I can show you to to show the problem I am having I have attached some images of my settings, but let me know if any other info would be helpful for troubleshooting.

 

Thank you

 

Drawing Selection Settings 1.PNG

 

Drawing Selection Settings 2.PNG

 

  

3D Document Settings.PNG

ArchiCAD 25
Windows 10
11 REPLIES 11

If trees are important try to use the 2d-3d collections of Archiradar with custom settings for 2d and elevations.

You will see a massive decrease of size and increase in detail as they have a lot of settings to choose from.

They are not free but you will use it a lot once you buy them.

Botonis Botonakis
Civil Engineer, Enviromental Design MSc., BIM Manager for BS ArhitectsVR
Company or personal website
Archicad 27. Windows 11. Intel Xeon 2699x2,64 GB RAM, Nvidia 3080Ti. 2 Monitors.

Hi Juan,

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

I did not try that, I will try that on my next job.

 

Using the "Tree Model Simple 25" trees was a good solution as Lazlo suggested.

 

Thanks again

ArchiCAD 25
Windows 10