Tag Archives: Visualization

Revit Green Screen Challenge

Working with background images in Revit Architecture is not difficult, if you know some basic techniques.

Revit does not support background images directly, but does allow background effects. This video explores the possiblities within Revit, and what you can do with the images post-process in image-editing software. What better way to integrate your project site context, or insert your project into otherwordly locales; 3ds Max not required.

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Revit presentation techniques

As a contributor to the July SeaRUG meeting, here’s my slideshow… as a teaser. For those who couldn’t attend live for the presentation or the step by step demos, I’m producing some videos to share with you this week. Stay tuned for more, and enjoy the slides.

My favorite 5, presentation techniques using Revit:

  1. Exploded Axon
  2. Elevations with Depth
  3. Concurrent Workflow
  4. Design Intent Imagery
  5. Working with Backgrounds

The slideshow was prepared in Keynote, and is approximately 9.5 minutes in length. To view on Screencast.com, follow the link: Presentation Techniques in Revit