Creating and editing displacement sets


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Creating and editing displacement sets

So we're now ready to create our first displacement view. In the previous movie, we talked about how we needed to start in the 3D view, so it's important that you have a 3D view active and set to the vantage point that you want to work in. So here I'm in a file called Displace, and I'm in the 3D view called Start. And it just gives me a simple orthographic projection here. And in this movie, we're going to begin to create our first displacement set and learn how to actually displace some elements. So, the first thing I want to do is right click this Start View.

Go to Duplicate View and, because we haven't displaced anything yet, it doesn't matter if I choose Duplicate or Duplicate with Detailing. In this case I'll get the same result. So I'll just choose Duplicate. It creates copy of start, and I'm just going to rename that to Displacement Start instead and click OK. So that will be my first view that I'll work in here. The next thing I'm going to do is ...

Creating and editing displacement sets
Video duration: 6m 40s 2h 9m Intermediate

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Creating and editing displacement sets provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Construction Modeling Tools

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3D + Animation CAD
Software:
Revit
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