A new user here.
Few weeks ago I’ve decided to move my whole workflow over to Rhino, since I love how it covers everything I need in one single software, AutoCAD + Revit + 3ds Max+Vray - Still waiting on Corona .
Surprisingly the learning curve is very fast. Maybe since I’ve been doing this for awhile, but the community is of huge help, sharing everything all over the place. Thank you!
I’ve made this switch with a new project for a nursery school.
Everything was going fine, until the project started developing and the 3dm file reaced ~100MB.
Now at ~230MB the performance is very sluggish. Rotating and panning around takes a huge effort and time and opening menus and starting new commands, also. Switching between viewports takes about 30+sec.
I thought that the polycount was huge, since I’ve imported few OBJ files (terrain, trees and furniture), and Rhino was very efficient at optimizing, but the polycount barely reaches 100k.
Tried importing into 3ds Max, but there everything runs just fine.
I’m running the 64bit version on Windows 10, i7 2600k, 12GB RAM, GTX 560. I know this is not the most powerful machine, but it manages much larger projects than this one.
Also, I’m using a 3dconnextion mouse if it makes a difference, but it seems to me it doesn’t.
Inside, I have VisualARQ installed and all the walls, stairs, railings, windows and doors and made with it.
Plan views are in Hidden and Perspective is in Shaded, but I’ve tried switching between all the others and no significant result, if anything, some run even slower.
I’ve attached screenshots from the Display Settings.
Is there something I cannot understand on how Rhino works?