The mesh is a really good tool for landscape, but if we want to use it
with satellite / aereal photos in order to create a relatively nice
aligned (and editable) landscape context, anytime the slope goes beyond
45 degrees, the mapping stops behaving ...
I do remember in an old update that Archicad proudly announced that it
was using hardware rendering in that small 3D preview window under
Object Settings, instead of analytic render, saving time tremendously.
However, I have never actually had this o...
As I said before, I understand *why* it is like it is. It was designed
this way without satelite imagery in mind, but rather with every kind of
terrain materials in mind. If you just use materials (rock, grass, sand,
whatever), you do not want them t...
No, it doesn't, because it does not depend on the fidelity of the
modelling. The image above is extremely low-fi but it is representative
of what happens whenever the slope goes beyond 45 degrees or 100%. It
has to do with the mapping, which is cubic...
Are there yet any news about this absolute mess? Is Graphisoft really
thinking they can get away with not giving us a direct link to
Twinmotion after spending years selling us on this solution as the
future? I'm getting really annoyed at this. I can'...
I guess I should update my profile to include that information in my
signature. I am using an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU with 64GB of RAM, with a
RTX 2060 6 GB. The weirdest thing is, Archicad loads the 3D window of a
whole project faster than this small 3...
I really cannot remember when the announcement of this particular change
was made, nor can I find it. I do remember it. However, the small 3D
window has always been slow and a particular message is being shown
everytime one tries to load an object. T...