Lumion 8.3 - LiveSync

Your design the context of the real world.


With the new LiveSync, you can immediately set up a live, real-time visualization of your SketchUp or Revit model. Change the CAD model’s shape and you’ll see these changes taking place, in real-time, in Lumion’s breathtaking, lifelike environment.

Available for both Revit and Sketchup
Point-of-view synchronization
Use Lumion materials on LiveSync objects
Real-time materials synchronization and visualization
Automatic model importing into Lumion (no need to separately import a model)

LiveSync

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Real-time materials synchronization


LiveSync in Lumion 8.3 now synchronizes your material assignments in SketchUp or Revit. But don’t rely on the CAD materials for amazing visual quality.


You can instantly breathe life into the design by applying any of Lumion’s 1000+ high-definition materials in the Lumion editor. As you continue to develop the design, you can tweak the materials exactly to your liking and then save your material layouts for future rendering.


Rotate the view of your building in SketchUp, the point-of-view rotates in Lumion. Get that perfect viewing angle in Revit, always get that same angle in Lumion.


In Lumion 8.3, LiveSync enables live point-of-view synchronization. Turn it on and immediately adopt the Revit or SketchUp camera perspective, making your work easier, faster, and more enjoyable.

Live point-of-view synchronization

Automatic Model Imports


When establishing the LiveSync connection, Lumion will automatically import your Revit or SketchUp model. Continue working on and modifying your project even after you turn off LiveSync, and easily save the file as a native Lumion .LS8 file for future rendering or development.


Improved LiveSync for Revit


LiveSync for Revit helps you get into the creative “flow” of design development and provide unique, beautiful presentations.


With the improved LiveSync in Lumion 8.3, you can breathe life into the synced model by simultaneously modeling in Revit and dressing it with the textured, high-definition materials in Lumion.