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White model renders are possible in Revit. One method is using a filter and applying a white solid pattern to all categories minus glazing. Another method is setting all content to By Category and using the material override in object styles. We have a standard white model material that gets applied to our models so this way we can get white model renders in the cloud.


As for rendering 'fill lights', real world values may be used when rendering, but we do use a non-hosted light family to lighten up our renders. It's a light family with a light source set to a generic IES file, instance parameters for width and length are set to make it stretchable and drive the Emit From Length values. We then place those lights on a separate workset and only have it turned on when we are rendering. Works great!

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