I want to share here posts from my blog about using Python nodes in Dynamo. This could have been achieved with a Revit API code, but it would have been less funny...
Thanks again to Andreas and Michael for the help provided.
get links from the active project and collect information from the linked elements to be used in the pr
See part 4 here
Now that we have seen the necessary setup to perform and parse a single render using the cloud rendering service in the last blog posts, we can start queuing multiple renderings of a Revit model as we alter parameters on it.
This graph and the custom nodes necessary to make this graph run will be hoste
See part 3 here
See part 5 here
One workflow that is a bit tricky to get started with in Dynamo is iterating on the output of a function with the same function. We could stack a chain of these nodes together ( I'm using the term function and node interchangeably here) feeding the output from one node into the input of another. &
See part 2 here
See part 4here
Before getting into daylight renderings and searching for optimized solutions we should get a simple cloud rendering working correctly.
The graph below shows the simplest setup to get a render job uploaded and to view the resulting image. You can check out this sample from within Dynamo. Go to Help m
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