Posts Tagged ‘Cinerender’

AC21 CineRender – Monochrome Model

3 November 2017 Gareth Morgan No Comments
ARCHICAD 21, Tip of the Day

For those sick of white for their white card model renders, ARCHICAD 21 introduces Monochrome Model settings when using the CineRender by MAXON Render Engine. This allows you to change the colour of your “white card” render and allow you to turn on/off things like transparency, reflectance & luminance. To use the Monochrome Model you need

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Match (update) Surface Settings from other Engine

8 March 2017 Soto No Comments
Tip of the Day

If you are editing a Surface whether you are making the changes in CineRender or Internal Engine, you can easily resolve the display of both surface settings to display in a similar way by matching the properties. So click the Match Settings button:  


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New Surface names in ArchiCAD 18

6 October 2014 Jonathan Breen No Comments
ArchiCAD 18, Tip of the Day

The surfaces in ArchiCAD 18 have been completely redeveloped by experts insuring the highest quality materials when rendering. These are based off Maxon’s Cinema 4D technology to effectively use the CineRender engine. Their names have subsequently changed to be a little easier to read. For example ‘Paint 01’ is now ‘Paint – Titanium White’ We

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