Revit Architecture

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Revit Decal

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08-22-2013 07:18 AM

I've tired using a revit decal to render a photo of a site plan. When I just put the image as a jpg in my site plan the image looks completely fine. When I add it as a decal it comes in blurry when I render the image. Any suggestions why one is blurry and the other is not?

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Re: Revit Decal

08-22-2013 11:01 AM in reply to: Benway802
  1. Do you render in cloud Autodesk 360 or in your machine? Decal had some problems when rendered in cloud. As I know many of them were fixed, but some inaccurace can still exist...
  2. When you insert a jpg image in your site plan this is not affected by lights, it is inserted just as it is..
  3. When inserted as a Decal , the image is affected by light..see Decal Types have there Reflectivity,Finish (glossy - shines ), Luminance, etc....all these affects the original bitmap look...Rendering settings also can affect the bitmap appearance...

These can be some logical explanations ....

Constantin Stroescu
BIM Manager AGD
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