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    Default MORE - 3d people (ok.. Hotties!) .... Chairs & Tablles to follow...

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    James - I wonder if you could produce some lower poly versions of your models. By and large, lower poly versions would be of more practical use as entourage for general modelling, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnwarburton View Post
    James - I wonder if you could produce some lower poly versions of your models. By and large, lower poly versions would be of more practical use as entourage for general modelling, I think.
    Hi John,

    Thanks for your input. You make a very valid point.

    I've been looking at possible ways to reduce processing required for "general views" using these models in a larger context (forcing default materials etc.) but with little effect.

    I used a technique on a previous project where I had 2 libraries of cladding units, detailed & schematic, and used the alter instance path command to "toggle" between the two versions.

    This did the job, but required two libraries. Not a major issue when you have 50 or so different units, but thousands?....

    Simplified versions is one option, but I think a software solution would be more subtle and robust.

    Over to the boffins.

    Best regards,

    James.

    p.s. When I was working with MapInfo the level of detail processed was related to the "zoom-level", perhaps this is the answer?.....

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