Twinmotion is a powerful tool for architects, construction engineers, urban designers and landscape architects. You can easily create images, 360 panoramas, animations, virtual reality (VR) tours and other types of presentations. And what makes it different from other render engines – it is very simple to use, quick to learn and affordable.
Revit users will be exited by the simplicity of direct one-click synchronization with Twinmotion. Data from Revit is preserved and project updates get synchronized automatically. You can test Twinmotion for free and we also prepared short PDF instructions for Revit users on topic Revit-Twinmotion synchronization.
Have fun testing your Revit model in rain or shine :)
If your AutoCAD, 3ds Max, Civil 3D, etc. worked yesterday like a charm and you cannot run it today, there could be plenty of reasons for this behaviour. Usually a dialog appears and hints us in which direction we should start digging for solution.
Revit has no tool to control layer visibility in compound structures like walls, floors, etc... Detail level Coarse displays NO layers, Medium and Fine both display ALL layers – including very thin layer, such as wall finish. Thin layers can cause unwanted graphic design (thick lines), so sometimes we want them to be invisible, but NOT excluded from scheduling and material takeoff. There are different workarounds to achieve this, some more or less preferable ...
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