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Color separation of building levels in Autodesk ReCap point cloud.

A - answer One of the functions in Autodesk ReCap is classification of point groups by their properties - e.g. their elevation (Z-coordinate). You can use a smooth color (or grayscale) gradient or a color range split in specific elevations to individual color segments.

This so called Color Mode (Display Settings > Color Mode) can be also toggled by the "/" hotkey.

The procedure of color-separation of the individual building levels is illustrated in the video on CAD Studio's YouTube channel:

See also the blog NaZdi (in Czech).

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See also:
Tip 11939:How to extract pipe centerlines from 3D point clouds?
Tip 10303:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2016 (import/export).
Tip 10094:Autodesk ReCap 2015 will not load a Faro .FLS point cloud file.
Tip 10065:Autodesk ReCap does not offer the publishing icon for Real View on Recap 360.
Tip 9917:Cannot create terrain model from attached point cloud in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015.


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