I want the movie window to show location and time of the picture frames, which is supposed to appear in the top right corner of the frame. The problem is, I don't know how to set ArchiCad 13 to always show that information.
How do I set the location, date and hour info to show in the frames of the clip?
Yeas, it astounds me that only the quicktime version gives you any information. Even then you can't configure it. It's been there since about R6 I think...
This is something Graphisoft needs to approach. The whole shadow/sun analysis area is very poorly handled and has been a wish for so many years that I gave up on it. You can't (easily) do elevation studies of walls from buildings behind the section line etc! We find shadows studies required for all projects, so ArchiCad is sadly lacking in this area. (and no I don't want to buy additional software... ). ArchiCad obviously has the computational ability, just not the method.
That's the way it's looked since R6.
Can you configure what it shows? Can you print that out as an individual frame to form a set of documents? Even if you do a frame capture, the resolution needs to be much bigger and consquently the text becomes much smaller. It is fine to show the client what the shadows do, but my final product needs to be printable. Unfortunatley my local councils don't accept movies or even some 3D views as part of a submission. I need to give them a drawing they can copy, send to neighbouring properties etc.
Not whinging, just complaining in frustration at something we've been needing and wishing for, for years. Probably at least 10 years.....