If you’ve used Revit for producing high quality renders, you know it’s capable of great results. The problem was that it was slow, slow, S-L-O-W! Revit 2009 and Revit 2010 were limited to using a maximum of 4 cores for rendering purposes. Even if your multi-processor, multi-core workstation was a screaming powerhouse, it would be severely throttled when rendering in Revit. Because of this, many artists would export to DWG or FBX and render in 3ds Max.
Well, hold on because with Revit 2011, this hurdle has been smashed! We can now utilize every processor and every core for rendering right in native Revit! Your rendering life just got a whole lot easier!