I have been reviewing and talking to other peers and I can safely say LumenRT is below par when it comes to its competitors.
LumenRT is below par in these areas:
However, there are functions that LumenRT is better at, but overall this is below par and needs some serious development/research into what the competition can offer and bring LumenRT up to speed and beat the others
Bentley need to reach out to key users in this field and work with real life data and try to make LumenRT work, work better, work faster and ..............
Question: Would I spend £3.5k on LumenRT or spend £1.3k on a competitor.... what do you think
Will it be great if you can share some video or images for us to have a look.
The point you mention is also depend on the model size and what you want to render ?
LumenRT is the one which can handle big model with ease, we have used other application which even can handle big size model.
Never a less we would love to get some points to make it better application always for you guys.
For @Material we have added new lib files for Update 16.
For @Object Library we have stared working and by the end of this year we will have something new.
For Render time please feel free to share some results and sample file so that we can start testing and make it better for future.
For Render Quality we are working to improve with RTX version which is already provided some results for update 16
And For performance please also share some results and sample file which we can have a look.
Again Thank you Ian for sharing and highlighting the point we will have a look to this.
Hi Ankur, I will be delighted to give you a demonstration of Lumion anytime to show you how it handles the same size model as Lumenrt. I respectfully suggest you have a look at this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHUkhFUK2jI to see what the competition can do.
You always provide us some great feedback for which we are really add value to LumenRT.
Thank you as always.
We use Lumion as well, and you should check out this video, for the true representation of what Lumion can do.
Seriously impressive, many thanks, it should answer Ankur's query about model size.