Counting Number of Renders


Does anybody know how to count the number of renderings in a project?

Can you show what you mean by renderings? Imported images?
3D views with render as the graphic display option?
Stuff sent to the cloud for rendering there?

I mean 3D Renderings saved to the project and possibly placed on sheets. They appear in the project browser as renderings.

When you do a render in Revit you are given the option to save to project so they can be placed on sheets. I was wondering if there is a way to count them.

They are under the views category so they should show up in one of the view selection methods - have you tried that?

Edit: the Get All Views node from the archilab package has renderings as the first output.

Hi Jacob,

I am not able to use the archilab package because it causes the clockwork package to stop working. I am using the clockwork package extensively elsewhere in the definition.

There doesn’t seem to be a way to do it with just native components.


As an interim Document.Views node from clockwork?

Correct you have to use a package or get the Python out of the package and use it that way.

As far as I am aware there is no conflict between the two unless you have a very old version of dynamo or a very old version of one of the two packages.

@simon_murphy1 here some help,