Another Envisioneer – Realtime Collaboration

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  • #12541
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we1bkAPxbOo

    I just love the way Envisioneer and Realtime Landscape (Architect) work together.

    And now my grandson is into making DJZ music, so it is even more fun.

    Jack

    zimmerdesign.com

     

     

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    #12543
    Conweconwe
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    Wow!!!! so you can import your 3d envisioneer drawing into Realtime landscape architect and do that

    Conrad

    #12545
    Cadsoft530Nicholas Cudmore
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    Looks good Jack. Awesome job!!

    #12546
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    Hi Conrad,

    Yes, export Envisioneer model as a skp (edited ‘not 3ds,)  file, import it to Realtime, add camera path, add trees /plants , walking , sitting standing people, hit ‘create movie’.  Realtime is ‘cheap’ , has tons of plants that I can  import to Envisioneer as photo boards and generates videos relatively fast. I think about 5 minutes to generate this walkaround.

    Things to note:

    The ‘house model, house materials , windows doors , interior furniture, car, walks are all from Envisioneer.

    The grass, trees, plants, bbq grill, are from Realtime. You MUST add bird baths, bird houses, flowers to get the Realtime birds / butterflies to activate.

    When you add a camera path OR a walking person path, you just click on nodes, and your aim camera for each node, elevate as needed. Note guy ‘jumps’ up at front step. I just elevated the path node at that point.

    You also change time of day at nodes and when camera gets to that node, the sun changes position.

    You can do interiors too but lights only activate when sun goes down so sometimes interiors arent the greatest.

    (thanks for comment Nick!)

     

    Jack

    zimmerdesign.com

     

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    #12548
    Conweconwe
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    Thank-you Jack,

    I am definitely going to try it. since 3D is the main thing I do.

    Conrad

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