RPC Mass Populate Feature: How to Fill a A Large Space Fast

Mass Population

If you’ve ever worked on filling a parking lot and had to place content one-by-one, you know the time it takes. The RPC Plug-ins for 3ds Max and AutoCAD solve that dilemma with the Mass Populate feature.

It’s an easy-to-use feature which allows you to place RPC Proxies (place holders) and then easily populate them with RPC Content. The features enables you to control distribution and randomization of RPC Content placement enabling you to get “the right feel” required for your project.

Customers routinely share renderings and animations with us (we invite you to share your work). One project that took advantage of the Mass Populate was for one of Disney’s Florida PGA Golf Courses. Renderings and animations included heavily populated tree lined fairways. In a matter of a few clicks, they achieved the desired look using the Mass Populate feature and RPC Trees. And, so can you!

Ready to give it a try? I’ve got an easy step-by-step tutorial video for you below and more information in our help documentation.

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When I was planning my blog post, I started looking back at some of our archives. ArchVision introduced the Mass Populate feature in the early ArchVision days. When it was first introduced, the feature added immediate value to end users. Today, it continues to do so. I still enjoy some of our ‘vintage’ tutorials – I reformatted one so I could share it with you:

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About Jon Anderson
University of Kentucky Graduate (2001). Degree in Integrated Strategic Communications. Customer Service Manager ArchVision Inc. 2003-Present. Technical Support Specialist. Specializing in assisting users with all things RPC.

One Response to RPC Mass Populate Feature: How to Fill a A Large Space Fast

  1. kiki says:

    Thank you..really informative!!

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