I want to ask because i have to render 60 flats on 5 floors in same position but in near top perspective .
I need a flats in same position but the flats have other shapes and clip volumes. So i'm not moving Camera but moving file to marked / clip point
As i see - moving whole design with interiors is so slow and sometimes crash but i found solution - new file and design as a reference. Now i can move it faster and render.
Why references are faster in this case ? If they have same elements / same info ? Maybe because can't be edited - so are smaller / faster ?
martinezx said: i have to render
You might do better if you were to post your question to the Visualisation Forum.
Regards, Jon Summers LA Solutions
Dear Jon - it's not visualisation question i think. It's files question , code or display / computer usage i think
interesting! do you know how much memory is being used? Is it less when you are referencing?
Sorry, i'm on holiday. I can check but if i remember when back.
1. The other way of getting fast performance is to convert to imodel 1.6 format, I am not sure if the materials etc would be kept but it would be worth a try.
2. Converting to i,dgn (imodel 1.5 format) also reduces file sizes and speeds things up. The solids are converted to meshes.
3. Even staying with .dgn... it would be good to know how you get on with working from a 'container' file. I suppose that you can always activate the Ref attachments to tweak things.