Think real, think big......THINK POSITIVE!
I came here basically to see what archicad has to offerArchicad is for me the best architectural software you can use.Architectural not rendering or lighting simulating software.You can do a lot and saves you huuuuge amount of time.
however i would like to understand its lighting capabilitiesthere are quite a lot of lighting capabilities through the lightworks rendering engine but I m not the one to tell.Dwight??? Where are you?
I tried rendering a night scene but it just dont seem to work. Adjusting the camera seems to be a challenge too.You need sometime to render a night scene.About your camera comment...C O M E O N.....GIVE ME A BREAK! In my opinion there isnt an easier way to adjust a camera than the archicad way.Obviously you havent played enough with it!Post as a render to see and read some post that may interest you on other sections of this forum with training purposes to get a better idea.And delete please the one of the two posts that you ve double posted.
kritikos79 wrote:Light quality is fine for regular projects. Not photorealistic, but usable in discussions with clients. For competitions or high-profile work, it is not good enough.
Kliment its really impressive for your first night render in archicad. Wish I knew how to work eds max and Vray to have better quality renderings.You have to tell me some things about it kliment.There is my first attempt on night rendering in archicad 3 years ago with archicad 8.2. I Think it pretty good for first attempt 3 years ago.What do you think people?
rx_rotory wrote:You can export the Archicad model to 3DS. But exporting the rendered picture won't do you much good - a rendered picture is no longer 3D - it's a 2D image.
Hi, I am just wondering if it is possible to export the 3D rendered picture from AC10 to 3ds max or I have to rebuild the whole thing in 3ds max again. Thanks.