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I am rendering an interior view of a room within a Revit model. There are windows and light fixtures. for the first test, setting was set for small size, Biased Packet Mode. The resulting rendering was that of two cross members that filled the screen, no other details and no background. I tried changing the image size and rendering engine without positive results. In one of the other engines, the process was very slow and the resulting image was a black screen.

I have been able to get results for an exterior rendering of a separate project.

My version is QE02rv.

Any clues?

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For the model with problematic interior rendering effort, I attempted a rendering of a cut-away view of the targeted area.  The view was an axiometric image, no perspective. The view uses the section box in Revit.  The view was zoomed into the small area of the building that remained after the cut-away was implemented. In the rendering, the impact of the cut-away and the zoom-in was ignored. The rendered view was of the entirety of the exterior of the model.  

If I correctly recall, I believe that earlier versions of Accurender rendered the image in place and honored the attributes of the view created in Revit.  Is there a way to handle this type of image?

Is is possible to send me a model with a view and section cut like this?

I can try it here and see what I get.

You can use this link to send us a model:

https://renderplus.com/wp2/uploads/

Thanks,

Rich



Jerry W. Childers said:

For the model with problematic interior rendering effort, I attempted a rendering of a cut-away view of the targeted area.  The view was an axiometric image, no perspective. The view uses the section box in Revit.  The view was zoomed into the small area of the building that remained after the cut-away was implemented. In the rendering, the impact of the cut-away and the zoom-in was ignored. The rendered view was of the entirety of the exterior of the model.  

If I correctly recall, I believe that earlier versions of Accurender rendered the image in place and honored the attributes of the view created in Revit.  Is there a way to handle this type of image?

I tried to render exterior orthographic projections for the model of the building with no results.

First case, I tried to render an "Elevation View". A partial image was displayed as a narrow ribbon along the top of the image.

Second case,  I tried to render a elevation using the rotation feature for viewing the 3D model. The result was a black image.

Am I missing something? 

It's hard for me to tell.

If you could send me a sample model and a screen shot of what you are seeing, I could try to duplicate it.



Jerry W. Childers said:

I tried to render exterior orthographic projections for the model of the building with no results.

First case, I tried to render an "Elevation View". A partial image was displayed as a narrow ribbon along the top of the image.

Second case,  I tried to render a elevation using the rotation feature for viewing the 3D model. The result was a black image.

Am I missing something? 

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