Learn about saving files to be opened by Revit.
- [Narrator] This video I wanna talk about…saving and exporting the point cloud…for use in your authoring software of choice.…Now I'll be using Revit for this demonstration…but you could bring it into any number of programs…like AutoCAD or 3d Max or really any of the software…that supports point clouds.…Now I've done some work to the file already…so the file that I've provided opens up…in a perspective view in the courtyard.…I enabled a limit box so if you're not sure…how to do that then we have a video here…in this chapter on that topic.…
You can review that first, and I've also assigned…all the points on the floor to a scan region,…so if I highlight the floor here,…you can see everything turns green,…and I've also done the same thing with this wall right here.…So both of those were done with the technique covered…in the video talking about selection,…so I welcome you to pause right now…and prep your file in any way you like…make some save selections and perhaps a limit box or two…and a view state and then when you're ready…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- What is ReCap?
- Working with laser scans
- Importing scans
- Manual registration
- Metrics for registration quality
- Working in the point cloud
- File management
- Creating a photo project
- Creating a mesh from ReCap with the cloud service
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started with ReCap
2. Working with Laser Scans
3. Scan Registration
4. Working in the Point Cloud
5. Photo Projects
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