New Engine in Autodesk Rendering Speeds Revit Renders

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Autodesk Rendering, the cloud service that lets you create high-quality photorealistic images, panoramas, solar studies and illuminance simulations without tying up your desktop, just got way better. With this new release, cloud rendering for Revit is not only significantly faster but also generates renderings that look more realistic and will be more consistent with your local Revit renders.

High quality, realistic visualizations can help you share your ideas and win the project, enable your clients to “see” the design and make decisions more quickly, and help you gain approvals.  A faster rendering engine means that now you have even greater capacity to create ever more robust visualizations, more quickly. It’s a win-win. Read on for all the details.

Performance improvements speed rendering

This update to Autodesk Rendering distributes frames to separate cloud nodes for rendering. As a result, jobs with big, multiple frames like solar studies or stereo panoramas render much more quickly than before. In fact, we found that over half of the multiple frame jobs we tested required just 50% of the previous render time.

Making it easier for you to keep track of these multi-frame Revit renders, we introduced a new user interface that has a viewer showing the progressive rendering for each frame.

Quality improvements

Numerous updates to the rendering engine help it deliver higher-quality Revit renders with truer to real-life characteristics that will make your visualizations even more impactful.

Denoising algorithm increases the quality of standard and final level renderings by reducing visual “noise” in renderings.

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