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Is this new free twinmotion even worth the download. Anyone else use it.
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>>681798
Started using it today. It seems I gotta learn Sketchup in order to import actual architecture. Does anyone know about any other free architect software?
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>>681798
It is quick and renders quite decently, even though cinerender gives better quality. I use ArchiCAD/revit and export it as a sketchup file. Works well If you want to try different textures quickly and foliage/landscaping works great too. Had 10k objects and over 76k polygons and it ran alright.
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>>684706
Oh, but the windows seem trash even with max settings. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong.



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