I am assuming a good proportion of users are outputting their arch viz ‘games’ (interactive walkthroughs) for their clients as Windows 64 packages. If that is the case, how are you finding your client’s acceptance of them?
- These are quite big files
- Do companies really like to open ‘exe’ files?
Outputting for HTML5 is an option I suppose, but I understand that this method is less developed than more typical Windows packages. Also, the files for complex scenes could soon get unwieldy, even with high bandwidth broadband.
What are people generally giving to their clients?
(I am referring to truly interactive presentations, not pre-rendered animation or stills)