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外围体育投注Looking for software recommendations for making 4D marketing animations from revit models showing construction process/schedule/construction site setup/animating cranes and other equipment moving etc... I'm not in the Archviz industry, I work for a general contractor and actually spend most of my time doing BIM related things for actual construction projects so I'm really looking for software that is easy to learn and can produce deliverables fast (render quality is not as important). I currently use twinmotion and AE to do basic animations but its fairly limited for more complex animations so I'm kind of looking for a small step up from that workflow. From what I've seen here the options.

-3DS Max

-Cinema 4D

-Blender

-Unreal

外围体育投注Any input is greatly appreciated, I'm guessing 3DS Max is the answer but I'm wondering if there something out there that is more modern/easier to learn and use.

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Hey guys and gals.

I need some help. Im a C4D / Houdini Mograph artist and I got a request about Archviz. I searched around and figured 3ds Max+Vray is what most people are using (it seemed like it). Fired up Max and boy, is it counter intuitive (for a C4D guy). All i want to learn in max is how to model and light and render. Should be straight forward but im just hitting walls. Even selecting all primitives on one side of a cube is just a problem.

TLDR; Is Max+Vray what most of you are using? If so, kindly give me some pointers to good educational material. If not, for a guy getting into the field, what do you suggest? Sketchup for modelling, Vray for Rendering? Corona? Help me out here. Thanks...

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