ArchVision RPC Content: Hi-Res 2D Trees Released


ArchVision releases new content just in time for the new year.

RPC All Access plan customers now have access to a new library of Rich Photorealistic Content (RPC) from ArchVision. This RPC collection features American Sycamore, Topiary Deciduous [2], Variegated Norway Maple and White Birch [3].

Check out the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard. ArchVision Dashboard is available as a free download and provides users a free trial.

Revit Architecture: Using Additional RPC Content from ArchVision

RPC Plants & Trees in Revit Architecture

RPC Plants & Trees in Revit Architecture

Many users refer to our video tutorials for tips and tricks using RPC Content in Revit Architecture. Another great resource is Autodesk. Autodesk provides a great series of Revit Architecture User Assistance documents.

Topics include:

  • Creating an RPC Family
  • Specify a Render Appearance for an RPC Family
  • Create an Entourage Family
  • Using the ArchVision Content Manager
  • Using Additional RPC Content
  • Placing Plants and Entourage in a Project view
  • Changing the Size of Plants

We encourage you to check them out. Happy rendering!

ArchVision RPC Content: Hi-Res 2D Plants Released

RPC All Access: New Content Added

RPC All Access plan customers now have access to a new library of Rich Photorealistic Content (RPC) from ArchVision®. This RPC collection features Nile Lily, Phormium Variegated Hosta, Butterfly Bush and more.

Check out the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard. ArchVision Dashboard is available as a free download and provides users free trial use RPC Content.

Have You Tried Autodesk Cloud rendering? It’s Fast and Free.

Diaphanous House by Philip Lunn using Autodesk Cloud (features included RPC Trees)

Less than a month ago, Autodesk Labs moved Project Neon into the public realm as Autodesk Cloud rendering. Today, Autodesk subscribers can upload AutoCAD and Revit projects and render away. No special hardware required. Currently only RPCs that ship with Revit supported (as shown in image above). Expanding RPC support is a priority.

Find more images shared on Autodesk Cloud Rendering’s Facebook Page.

Autodesk’s Lynn Allen provides a great overview on getting started with Autodesk Cloud rendering:

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