Skip to the cool part of the video (embedded below).
- In Revit 2013, Render in Cloud is on the View panel. If you have lots of 3D views it can take a while to load the first dialog.
- Obviously, make sure you choose Interactive Panorama. Use 'Advanced' Exposure (this may allow for more flexibility later). Note: Set your DPI before choosing 'Interactive'. Small will match the views crop dimensions.
- Once you have started the Render, it can take a long time to upload the data, but you will get an email telling you when it is ready.
- Download Panorama from http://rendering.360.autodesk.com/mygallery.aspx. Mine came as a jpg.
- Download the offline viewer - http://advsys.net/ken/kube/kubegl.exe
- Run kubegl.exe
- It will prompt you to open something - choose the panorama jpg.
- Once loaded, you will be in a full-screen viewing mode. You can use your mouse to 'look around'. Use UP and DOWN arrow keys to zoom in / out and LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to pan.
Step by step video:
Google Translate of http://bimblog.typepad.com/autodesk_bim_blog/2013/01/autodesk-360-panoramabilder-offline-ansehen.html
After writing most of this post, I found a related LinkedIn thread about kubegl at:
I couldn't find a simple way to embed or share the 360 interactive rendering (see feature request here), but here is the source jpg:
A few notes:
Test: Cloud Rendering in Revit 2012 « microsolresources
Some thoughts on exposure settings: