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jimvaughn

Can Home Designer Suite 2015 be used to show design of Church building ?

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My church is involved in an addition to the existing building.  The Architects did a nice exterior and virtual drive by of new addition.

I was wondering if HD Suite 2015 could be used to show the interior design in a rendered walk thru.

I was not sure about any furniture around as I guess it would be a few benches and tables.

If you took enough time to learn the tool and do the best you can would the rendered product look good enough to show a church congregation to give them a good visualization of what it will look like.

In other words is there any examples available to look at that could give me an idea of the quality available for HD Suite 2015 ?

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Merely buying the software is JUST a starting point. Then you learn how to use it to emulate your church building and then learn how to create and record a "walk-through". It requires more of you than just downloading the software and then clicking on something. The software is very powerful and sophisticated for its price. It also requires a dedicated end user who is willing to spend the time to learn the tools and then create the needed-wanted product. I consider it a lot of fun and any other attitude should be avoided.

 

DJP

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"...is there any examples available to look at that could give me an idea of the quality available for HD Suite 2015 ?"

 

Hi Jim,

 

Thanks for the message.

 

We have a couple of training videos showing how to create a video walk-through. At the end of both videos are examples of a recorded walk-through.

 

Creating Virtual Walk-Throughs 

Multi-Floor Walkthroughs with Adjustable Key Frame Transitions 

 

You can access all of the Home Designer training videos here:

http://video.homedesigner.chiefarchitect.com/

 

Mark

Chief Architect - Sales

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