Once of the most common questions I receive is how to create and improve renderings using Revit and its Autodesk cloud rendering service, A360. The website can be found here (https://www.autodesk.com/products/rendering/overview) , however access to the cloud server is typically handled directly inside of Revit.
What is A360 cloud rendering? It's a service that allows interior designers to produce high quality, photorealistic renderings on the cloud rather than their own computers. Typically, rendering software is handled on your own computer making the process painfully slow based on your hardware. A360 solves this problem by allow users to upload their projects to Autodesk servers and produce the renderings online.
Interior design students enrolled at colleges and universities can download Revit for free and gain access to the cloud rendering service within the software itself. In addition, interior designers and architects using Revit can purchase tokens to produce renderings online as well.
I hope this video will help answer your questions.
John Manfredy has over two decades of expertise teaching architectural technology to architects and interior designers. Coursework has included Autodesk products: Revit Architecture, 3D Studio Max, Autocad and SketchUp.