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Maxwell Render Offers Plug-In for Autodesk Revit

SAN RAFAEL, CA, Feb 19, 2013 - The Maxwell Render team is very excited to announce a brand new plug-in for Revit. The users can now enjoy this new comfortable and time-saving workflow for editing and rendering scenes, using Maxwell Render Suite directly from the Revit interface.

Following are a few of the highlights:
  • Compatibility with Revit 2012 and 2013 (any edition)
  • Support for Revit lights including IES
  • Support for many built-in Revit materials
  • Ability to override scene materials with MXM files
  • Maxwell Grass
  • Multilight read-back: changes made to lights in Multilight can be imported back into the Revit scene
  • Easy access to the Maxwell material gallery directly from inside the Revit UI
A plug-in user guide can be found in our support center here.

The Revit plug-in is free to all Maxwell Render Suite v2 customers and is now available for download.

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