In most cases the language barrier does not matter too much – you should be able to follow most of his workflow. Here is a video of
Dubai building: that
Here is a link to a cool playlist related to the building above:
Borissofff’s Channel – YouTube
And here is a link to a grid view of all Borissofff’s uploads:
Image from his
In order to protect your intellectual property, it may be wise to add a watermark to any animations you upload to Youtube.
One method using
VirtualDubMod is described at the link below: Put a custom watermark on your video
Paint.NET to delete the background from our company logo image and save as a TGA file. This was then used in the logo filter of VirtualDubMod.
Here are some animations we have produced here at
If you have 2 mins, watch this!
I can definitely see architectural applications for this:
high rise building analysis (check if maintenance required)
deliver lunch to hard to access building sites
YouTube – Shooting photos from an RC heli – Red Bull Illume
If you haven’t discovered the Autodesk Building Youtube channel yet, now is the time.
And here is a list of some of the latest videos from the channel.
subscription.autodesk.com – This video demonstrates how you can modify energy settings to change zoning, glazing, and skylights before performing energy analysis on the model.
subscription.autodesk.com – This video demonstrates when sketching is required to create geometry, such as slabs and roofs, in Revit.
subscription.autodesk.com – This video presents the concept behind Revit Server, and demonstrates how to connect to Revit Server and the Revit Server Administrator.
I recently composed a number of images (generated in Revit) into a video slideshow. See below:
Update: check out this page for the 64-bit Xvid codec
I previously described the
difficulty of encoding walkthroughs on 64-bit Revit with any sort of compression codec. I did provide a workaround in this post.
However, in recent correspondence with Autodesk, a more suitable solution was revealed to me. Apparently, some users discovered that the
Lagarith Lossless Video Code c works properly in Revit 64-bit. Needless to say, I was quite excited. After some testing, I can confirm that this codec works very successfully.
Here are the steps to get it working:
Download the installer
from here. Install the codec.
Open a Revit walkthrough view.
Export … Walkthrough.
Follow the usual steps, but use the new codec you installed. The default settings worked for me.
Wait for your walkthrough to export and check out the result!
Dimond Architects have launched an exciting new landing page for their website.
Check it out:
email us if you would like to know more about us.
Okay, I may be WAY behind everyone else, but I didn’t know about the Autodesk Youtube Channel until today!
It appears that I may have been stuck in some kind of inanimate stasis for the last, well, I don’t know how long.
In any case, if you too were confined in the 1950’s jazz holodeck program while the Bynars stole your spaceship, head on over to:
The Autodesk Youtube Channel