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Fly-Through

Use the Fly-Through feature to create a movie of the project. Access this function from Document > Creative Imaging > Create Fly-Through. The Create Fly-Through command will only be active if you have at least one Parallel Projection pre-set, or if a Camera path with at least two ...

Fly-Through

Use the Fly-Through feature to create a movie of the project. Access this function from Document > Creative Imaging > Create ...

Fly-Through

Creating a movie of the project allows you to present your final design to your clients under a variety of angles. This ARCHICAD feature is called ...

Create Fly-Through

Access this dialog box from Document > Creative Imaging > Create Fly-Through. The Create Fly-Through command will only be active ...

Import/Export File Formats in ARCHICAD

  ArchiCAD formats File format Import Export 2D 3D Notes .PLN Solo Project file File compatibility list .PLA Archive Includes all library parts, linked images and textures; File compatibility list .BIMX BIMx format - - For details, see BIMx

Camera Tool Settings

Double-click the Camera tool to open Camera Tool Settings. Use these settings to define individual perspective views and the Fly-Through path.   For more information, see Cameras. The Camera Settings palette and the Floor Plan are simultaneously active, so you can alter the ...

Camera Tool Settings

Double-click the Camera tool to open Camera Tool Settings. Use these settings to define individual perspective views and the Fly-Through path. ...

Camera Tool Settings

Double-click the Camera tool to open Camera Tool Settings. Use these settings to define individual perspective views and the Fly-Through path. ...

Parallel Projection Settings

Use the View > 3D View Options > 3D Projection Settings command or the 3D Visualization toolbar’s button to open this dialog box.     Use the controls in this dialog box to set up 3D views as parallel projections. Click this pop-up button to select from 12 ...

Parallel Projection Settings

Use the View > 3D View Options > 3D Projection Settings command or the 3D Visualization toolbar’s button to open this dialog ...