Standalone (.exe) Exportation
Exporting the Standalone
After completing your BIM coordination sessions, export a standalone of your coordination using the following steps:
- After coordination session is done, select the project of your choosing in the imported project list in VRcollab.
- Click on “Create Standalone”
- Select save location on your machine, click “save“
- Standalone will then be exported (Make sure there is enough disk space on your machine for successful creation of standalone)
- Standalone.exe file will then be exported to the chosen save location
How do I use the standalone to enhance my collaboration workflow with other stakeholders?
Send the standalone.exe file to your stakeholders via dropbox, we-transfer or thumb-drive. Your stakeholders will then be able to use the standalone and view on your coordinated project on their Windows* Computer.
Your stakeholders will be able to use the VRcollab standalone.exe upon download into their Windows computers via the following steps:
- Save standalone in machine
- Double click on .exe file
- Standalone will extract to temp folder
- Standalone will pop up, left click to teleport into model
- Explore coordinated model
What is the difference between the standalone and the principle software?
VRcollab standalones act as an interactive document or takeaway post coordination, for non-users of VRcollab to be able to explore, interrogate and view model issues created by the VRcollab user.
Principle Features that remain in the standalone are as follows:
- BIM Object Inspection
- Hide Single Object
- Bounding Box Measure
- Plane to Plane Measure
- Smart Edge Measure
- Adjust Sunlight
- Section Cut
- Sketch / HQ Render
- X Ray Render
- Walk Mode (3D Avatar)
- Default / Revit Controls
- Documentation/ Issue List
- Model View
- Skybox Variation
- Material Highlights
- Shaded Mode
- White materials
- Double Sided Geometry
- Grid Lines
- Advance Minimap
*Standalones unlike the principle VDC software, VRcollab LITE, do not support over the internet multiuser functionality, Virtual Reality Usage, BIM integrations and issue creation. Read the BIM Coordinated standalone article.