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Old 05-10-2016, 05:47 PM   #181
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I use revit and I've tried chief and a few others and still find revit to be the fastest
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And easiest to use
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Tiny kitchen. Chief Architect X8. It'd sharpen up if I let it cook longer, but I was impatient.
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How long did you "cook" that one.
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How long did you "cook" that one.
Five minutes, maybe. Saved it as a .jpg after pass number 3.
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What computer? How about the Video card?

I'm running a i7 2.8ghz skylake with a NVidia M3000M with 4GB
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Just for info's sake, Raytracing is dependent on the CPU speed not the video card.

The i7 is a great CPU for that.

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Pretty much figured that because that's how my eCab program works. But wasn't positive with other programs.

My computer is rated at 2.8Ghz, but it runs 3.4Ghz on the boost function. I have it set for variable speed so at rest it runs at 0.8Ghz

Unfortunately eCabs will only use 1 of the 4 cores, not designed for multi core machines, which is a shame.
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Some of your guy's stuff is amazing :|
How do you charge for that kind of stuff?
I just started sketchup and just charge what I feel is fair... its more of a hobby anyways.



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It's a hobby for you. The first "renders" you do are always wayyy cool. They serve a purpose to visualise what ever it is you're gonna build. Yours are just fine in that regard ... But they are not anything more than generic sketchup renders in the greater scheme of 'Architectural Renderings'
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Full disclosure: I work with Cedreo Interactive, publishers of Cedar Architect. This is a newly released tool designed to quickly/easily create renderings to help you sell more quickly.

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several different cities/projects

http://www.pictureenginecompany.com/...oorAreaAR.html
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WhitneyOaks pool complex

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What program do you use?

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Hi Andy, you don't recognize the technique from my posts a year or two ago? just kidding... same thing, for modeling I use an app I wrote, Then "strata design 3D" for texture and lighting, and photoshop to bring in background and some foreground elements like trees and people.

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