Rendering is important when you want to portray the idea to a potential costumer, whether you are working freelance, on a firm or you just a student and want to add them to your project (portfolio,online portfolio, board display, finals etc). I am going to show you how to render an indoor scene/room on revit using these easy steps. The time that it takes to render depends on the specs that you are running on your computer and also how much stuff you have on your scene ( we can minimize that though using *region box* so it only renders what you see and not the background.
*Keep in mind that I post-process my final renderings in other software (photoshp,vray,kerkythea etc) after I finish all the final details on my revit rendering/working files.
This is the scene that I am going to be rendering. ( make sure you have applied the materials, paint and anything else to the scene so the renderings come out photorealistic. This tutorial is for educational purposes)