Breaking Instances In Twinmotion

When importing a Revit model into Twinmotion, users may encounter a situation where selecting a specific object, such as a window, results in Twinmotion automatically selecting all windows within the scene graph instead of the intended one.

To address this issue, a straightforward solution is available through the "break instances" feature in Twinmotion. By accessing the scene graph, right-clicking on the desired object, and selecting "break instances," users can separate individual objects, potentially requiring multiple repetitions to ensure complete separation.

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