ArchVision Dashboard Configuration 101

Team ArchVision has been working to make RPCs easier to use than ever before. We’ve moved the licensing to the cloud and put path configuration right at your fingertips.

I have created two easy-to-follow videos that show you how to configure paths in ArchVision Dashboard and configure RPC Plug-ins to connect to it.

First, lets start with path configuration.

Next, let me show you how to configure the RPC Plug-in to connect to the Dashboard

Piece of cake. So what are you waiting for? Get your ArchVision Dashboard here.

Help documentation is available here: help.archvision.com
Support is available here: support.archvision.com

About ArchVision, Inc
Welcome. ArchVision is the creator of RPC ("Rich Photorealistic Content") People, Trees, Automobiles and Objects and tools to place, edit, create and manage RPC Content in over 16 industry applications. Our blog shares points of view and insights about the things that inspire and drive us. Our contributors - - employees, owners, partners and customers - - have a diverse range of interests and backgrounds. They work hard, play hard and are here to share their experiences, thoughts and ideas with you!

3 Responses to ArchVision Dashboard Configuration 101

  1. Barbara says:

    Hmmm. Tried a test rendering on AD360 just now and the RPC content did not render. I thought you moved the licensing to the cloud?

  2. Jon Anderson says:

    Hello Barbara,

    ArchVision Software Licensing has moved to the cloud, but support for Autodesk 360 is still in the works. We are in hopes that cloud rendering will be available soon. It is in the final stages of QA testing so it should not be much longer. Watch this blog for information of the release.

    Thanks,

    Jon Anderson
    ArchVision Customer Service

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