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Document 6507569
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How to display shadows on neighbouring buildings
without displaying project buildings
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You can create two building similar as the image (site view) shown below. Changed
hanged sun/shadow settings as
shown below.
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2.
Identify the elevation view to make, Go to view>camera>uncheck "perspective" check box> place camera
directly in front of the building to show. You may need to adjust the crop region of the camera, and you shou
should
stretch the target point out as far as you can
c to insure an orthogonal view.
3.
Open view that has been created (default name would be 3d View1) and click on VIEW > ORIENT TO SOUTH.
Now you need to adjust the camera. Click on WINDOW > CLOSE HIDEN WINDOW and Open Site view
view. Click on
WINDOW > TIEL so that you can see changes in both 3d view1 and site view.
4.
Select Crop boundary of 3d View 1, you will see the camera in Site View.
View
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Drag camera cone (camera extent boundary) to in front of neighbour building.
bu
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5.
Select RENDERING from RENDERING Design bar and hit RENDER
Tips by By:
Dhanjeet Sah
Solutions Engineer – Building
Cadgroup Australia
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