I would use those images as linked underlays in photoshop for tablet sketches etc. but those views must always be exported in the same size and contain exactly the same region.
Preferably I would specify region by selecting rectangle lines.
Just search and found this thread. I’m wondering if there’s a way to control the crop region via RiR at the moment? Like say I have 2000+ items and want to create views to focus on each of them and crop the others. Knowing that once the default crop region is turned on it gets all the viable contents, my thought is to “use Anemone to add view” > “delete the content one by one” > “turn on crop region” for the loop?
For 2 - I thinking about using room geometry for bounding, since not all the rooms have all sides finishing.
For 4 - Floor, Ceiling, Wall. I use Room Number as mark so I can filter them. (Add Parameter Filter)
For 5 - Once the image export I’ll link to room schedule, so each room has a image like above. As a prove and explaination for those who very concern how the material count comes from.
And for the Add 3d View part, below is what I’ve tried.
Was thinking about Corp View to limit the bound without using scope box. The problem is that the default crop region seems gets everything visible in the project. Therefore I was thinking maybe I should create the view one by one,
meaning “add a element” > “add view” > “delete that element but keep the view” > “next one”
So I’ve create Parameter Filter for each room.
Now the question is how to access/apply those to each view? Should I use View Template?
For example, in 3D View B1001 I want to hide elements (Floors, Ceilings, Walls) that are not marked B1001. And so forth for the rest views.
I think the best way is to figure a single template that can do the trick. Otherwise same amount of view templates will need to be created and control the parameter in Visibility/Graphic (link, workset) through RiR.
Should be no problem.
**Say I’ve created the image and had them link back ot Revit. For now is there a way to control the Image parameter?
So I made a quick example, hope it explains what I try to achieve better.
(Sorry I kept saying “Mark”, should be “Comments”)
In the example I hide the elements with parameter filters. Then I realize maybe “Hide in View” is better (if possible to control within RiR at the moment) then just 1 View Template to control the rest such as Model Display, V/G Overrides and so forth.
AI is the main file, and AR is a link. AI.rvt (5.8 MB) AR.rvt (5.1 MB)