Stephen wrote:Pretty sure you have to tell it to do it when creating the hypermodel prior to the bimx export
On any new bimx model I create, global illumination is greyed out. On older models it is still available. Any ideas as to why? I am still on ac19.
methy wrote:We have the same problem with the new BIMx sinds AC20. It makes the app virtualy unusable for us, I want control over what my client is going to see / experience.
[...] say for example we only wanted our client to view it in a particular way, (perhaps all architectural white). we are now unable to do this. our client shouldnt be expected to change the settings themselves.
We should be able to contriol what we want the client to see. [....]
methy wrote:Yep, I understand that. But why do we have to choose GI when publishing? We will often build the model, check it in Bimx, and then if OK, apply GI. If it's a complex model with lots of trees and furniture, it can take ages on some of our older machines.. It just seems they have taken away some of the flexibility... my little rant on a hot summer morning.. sorry..
you can still save bimx files locally when you publish either with the publisher or with the file menu