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Lumion 8.5 Pro

Buy cheap OEM Lumion 8.5 Pro for just 729.95$ online. Instant download after the payment.

USD 729.95
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Lumion is the world's fastest 3D rendering software for architects. In seconds, you can visualize CAD models in a video or image with real-life environments and striking artistic flair

Import your model from Revit, 3ds Max, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Rhino or ArchiCAD, among many other modeling programs, and Lumion instantly breathes life into your designs with realistic landscapes and urban context, stylish effects, and thousands of objects and materials from the content library.

No training required, and after just 15 minutes, you can learn to create jaw-dropping images, videos and 360 panoramas with lightning-fast speeds.

Lumion is that fast to work with, and that easy to get started!

OEM version does NOT include next features:
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More Time To Design, Less Time Waiting For Renders

Rendering was once a slow and tedious process. With Lumion, everything’s better.

From importing a CAD model to rendering a standout result, the whole process now takes only a few hours. And if you need to update a render on-the-fly, you can reconnect your model, adjust the render settings, and show your client a brand new, beautiful result, all in a matter of minutes.

You can even model and visualize simultaneously with LiveSync, helping you design in the context of real-life environments.

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