Instead of rendering the flythrough as a mp4 (or similar) opt for
rendering the individual frames as images. You can set which frames to
render and break things up. For example: render frames 1-50, 51-100, etc
You can create a video again from the se...
INT version might work with the french library and such, but it will
also potentially mess up french names for things in the project. We had
a foreign colleague in the past who stubbornly installed INT version
(instead of NL) on his workstation and w...
I think your attachments are missing, however consider the following: -
RAM has a big impact on being able to handle complex data. I would
recommend at the very least 16 GB of RAM - GPU has no impact on
cinerender, it is all memory and CPU. - polycou...
The preview picture for BIMx, as far as I can tell, is the 4x3 fairly
low res picture used in ArchiCAD (file > info > project preview). This
is ok-ish for the BIMx app, however when uploading your file to the
model transfer site to share it gets blow...
Is the wall tool set to a complex profile wall? Perhaps the profile has
some issues with tiny gaps etc which makes the generation of the floor
plan display of the wall very slow. Try drawing a simple Basic wall (no
composite or complex profile) and s...
With my logitech mouse I use software called 'setpoint' to configure the
buttons, as Barry pointed out. However the wheel actually has several
functions: scroll wheel, middle button and two 'side' buttons (left /
right). I had to set the wheel to 'mi...
I would create a reference level which will be the new level and add
level dimensions to this string on the 'new' setting. I would then have
two copies of the terrain and by using 'show on current filter only'
button I would 'pin' them to the existin...
Barry beat me to it. Also the preset are just a starting point. The
library comes with a lot of surfaces for bark, leaves, flowers etc and
the object itself is a clever array tool that scatters and scales simple
shapes that you can apply clever surfa...
This is what I use, but I find that whenever I share these schedules
with anyone else, they have no clue how to read these. The functionality
is there, but the output really is confusing to the reader.