How To Use Revit To Render In The Cloud And View Panoramas On Your Phone

Revit is a very powerful design tool that can also produce high quality rendered images. Although It will never compete with 3ds Max, not everyone wants or needs photo realistic images, and often a good quality image out of Revit is more then enough.

For example, if you are on site or at a customer’s office and you want to let the customer see your Revit model on their phone, it can be handy to have an image created with Revit, using the process below.

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In the following dialog box set the output type, quality and image size. For this tip I am going to focus on Panorama for the output type. As you can see I can do a standard quality render for 0 credits and it will take approx. 10 minutes. When I’m ready I click Render.

Revit Panoramas 2

To see the finished render I go to the sign in drop down where you can see Render Progress - I click on this and it will take me to my renderings gallery, where I can see previous cloud rendered projects.

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I then click on the panorama that has just been created, and once that opens I can rotate using a mouse to look around in that view, but I can’t change the original camera position.

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I can also open the panorama on a phone or share the image. This works best on an iPhone, where you can just go in to the camera and hold it up the to QR code and a notification banner will appear at the top of the phone. By tapping the banner it will open the panorama view on the phone; I can rotate around in the view either with a finger swipe or just by moving the phone around (like a static VR).

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