The material textures do not translate with the RVT export, however, MAX
interprets the material definitions as independent material ID's which
is great!. Besides, persons using 3ds max would be planning to use more
premium materials and 3D assets an...
I tested this method using the Graphisoft's Sample Office model (found
here)"Back in the day" when Revit was gaining traction in the market in
the 2010s linking the RVT file to MAX for ArchViz Production was my
norm. Then I replaced it with FBX a few...
Ohh wow, I see your point. I do agree that FBX would be much much
faster. other possible suggestions are:>>Solution #1<>Solution #2<>Solution #3< SKP_export -->
MAX SCENE #1 --> XRef Object (link) --> MAX SCENE#2Notes:The Max Scene
#1 - its only purp...
just use the RVT export from AC25 in the mean time while Graphisoft
comes up with a solution.The RVT file works just like the FBX.. (well
almost) and it can be referenced linked in 3DS MAX as well. So you can
have a working AC25 <--> 3DS MAX workflow...
Hey, after realising the lack of FBX export in AC25 (no thanks to Epic)
I went experimenting to find a solution, and I think I have found a
workaround for this issue! (at least for 3DS Max users)The RVT format
(revit) format is really an FBX file und...