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Title: The Marketplace - DemoFilm Lumion 9
Post by: CYCOT GmbH on November 29, 2018, 10:40:58 am
Hello, everybody,
Here is a new demo film of Lumion 9, parts of which will also be shown at "Bau 2019" in Munich.

The Marketplace (DemoFilm for Lumion 9)

House models: https://evermotion.org
Fountains: https://archive3d.net
Church: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com

Creation of the scene: 8h
Clip definition and creation of runs and routes: 1h
Render time: 68 h
Video editing: MAGIX Video deluxe Premium
No optical video post-processing

Render Software: Lumion 9 PRO

Regards, Frank

http://youtu.be/XayU0NWbbUw
Title: Re: The Marketplace - DemoFilm Lumion 9
Post by: Flamingo on November 29, 2018, 12:13:07 pm
Very nice Frank,
Lights and textures are great.
The focus are here more the people, than the architecture. This is what I can see.
The problem is, that Lumion  becomes better and better in realism, but not the people.
Therefore I would not place them in front. They are just to show the scale for the buildings.
Maybe Lumion should also improve this collection.
F.
Title: Re: The Marketplace - DemoFilm Lumion 9
Post by: CYCOT GmbH on November 29, 2018, 12:42:13 pm
@flamingo
That's exactly what this movie is about. It is a marketing film. People want to see what they can do and not necessarily what they will do. It's supposed to show the possibilities and diversity of Lumion.  The Lumion architectural visualization is well known and it doesn't help if I don't show all facets of Lumion. Also low-poly models. This is only a small part of the overall presentation of Lumion's capabilities at BAU 2018.  You don't see such a film so often, but that's exactly what we're asking for here in Germany.  Of course also "normal" architecture. That's how marketing works. Show what people want to see. I also have to show the content of Lumion and Lumion PRO, so I can't just use the AXYZ models.

Anyone can expand the objects in good quality if the content is not enough. Act 3D extends the libraries additionally.

Greetings, Frank