Visualization in ARCHICAD encompasses all the tools and techniques that allow you to display and present your architectural design to your customer.
You can visualize your entire project or parts of it by adding dedicated cameras to the floor plan and then viewing the data from that vantage point.
For photorenderings, the built-in CineRender Engine comes with pre-set scenes and user-friendly Basic Settings. CineRender is optimized to work with corresponding Surfaces (with a catalog of hundreds of predefined surfaces) and Light objects. Even if you only use the Basic-level settings, you can quickly create good renderings with a minimum of effort.
However, the full menu of Detailed Settings is also available for CineRender. These correspond to Maxon Cinema 4D version R16, and incorporate most of the parameters of the Cinema4D renderer.
ARCHICAD offers various options for exporting the entire model into a number of common file formats used by professional rendering software.
GRAPHISOFT BIMx lets you create an interactive walk-through model out of your ARCHICAD project, which can be viewed on a computer or a mobile device.
The most commonly used commands related to Visualization techniques can be found on the predefined 3D Visualization toolbar. Choose Window > Toolbars > 3D Visualization to display this toolbar as needed. (This toolbar also contains 3D Window display and 3D Navigation commands.)