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looking for 3d animated visualization program to create a flythrough .. which one is the best?
https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=19s&v=kXUjIrAxqIE
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twinmotion is awesome!
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UE4.
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Twinmotion:
+ capable of exporting standalone realtime app with a few clicks
+ easy to use
+ good library
- no way of optimisation
- no lightmass, so quality of realtime won't be that good
I think videos and pics get rendered offline so they might have GI and look better, but not sure.

Lumion:
+ easy to use
+- good library if you pay extra for pro version
+ very nice wear&tear shaders
+ viewport is realtime graphics, but videos and images get rendered offline, so it will look better
+ good amount of presets to easily get style and mood right
- can't produce a realtime application

Unreal Engine:
+ can do everything
+ completely free
+ great tools for cinematics
- requires the most work to get good results


Or you could just use v-ray for 3dsMax and get the best quality but probably longest render times.
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>>612295
3ds max, vray and just attach camera into a spline path and render as animation




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