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Cloud rendering

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11-08-2012 11:24 AM

After the cloud has rendered my scenes in Revit 2012....how do I get them back into my project to add them to sheets?

I suppose one way is to download the rendered image (.png or .jpeg, etc.) from the Cloud, and then insert as image

into a view and place the view on a sheet.

 

I'm not sure you will still have the same "internal functionality" if you render the image directly in Revit.

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Re: Cloud rendering

11-08-2012 11:35 AM in reply to: danowak

I suppose one way is to download the rendered image (.png or .jpeg, etc.) from the Cloud, and then insert as image

into a view and place the view on a sheet.

 

I'm not sure you will still have the same "internal functionality" if you render the image directly in Revit.

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Re: Cloud rendering

11-12-2012 07:54 AM in reply to: ccollins

I have the same question as the OP so I will just bump the post.

 

Is there a way to integrate the jpg/png back in the revit file like it would have been rendered locally other then inserting the image as a separate entity like Cliff said?

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Re: Cloud rendering

11-12-2012 08:38 AM in reply to: adam

One of my students just did it.  He had his sheet in which he wanted to place the image opened.  He then went to import under the insert tab and brought it right in to the sheet.

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