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Variable eye height in a Revit 3D walkthrough.

A - answer You may need to define variable height of the viewer (camera) for a walkthrough in a building model in sloped terrain. But this function seems to offer only a global change of elevation of the walkthrough path.

You can change the path (3D curve) of the walkthrough after you create the walkthrough. Choose walthrough edit, switch to an elevation view and select Control:Path. Now you can move the individual key points of the walkthrough in 3D (change their elevation, Z).

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16.12.2006    16145×  
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applies to: Revit 9 ·

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