AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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nXtRender is completely new AccuRender technology providing high quality images with an easy-to-use interface.

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Started by mike makki in AutoCAD. Last reply by mike makki Dec 7.

Material with stretch map (not tile) 2 Replies

Is there any way to create a material where the image map stretches across the object, instead of tiling?For example, the attached image "Jaali.jpg" is the material map I want to stretch across any object I apply it to. But it always seems to tile…Continue

Started by S. Jaisimha in AutoCAD. Last reply by S. Jaisimha Dec 4.

nXt update 2 Replies

Gentlemen,I used to work with arnxt64_0349_OA30 for some time.Yesterday I have downloaded arnxt64_0358_RI18.Any special procedure to make it work (with AutoCAD 2013) or just run the file?And will I have to do anything with my license?Continue

Started by Maciej in AutoCAD. Last reply by Maciej Nov 24.

Frosted glass 11 Replies

Any idea why the frosted glass panels running parallel to the windows are so flat and white, whereas those running perpendicular to the windows look correct?The panels are drawn as a solid block 6mm thick and I've attached the material settings.I…Continue

Started by Peter Milner in AutoCAD. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Oct 12.

Layer Material Schemes 19 Replies

With Layer Material Schemes you can save sets of material assignments for your model, and then quickly reload them into the same model or other models.Daniel has created a video to show you how to use it.You can read more about it here:…Continue

Started by Albert D Hart in nXtRender Add-ons. Last reply by Rich Hart Oct 2.

Accurender 4 model 1 Reply

I have an AutoCAD model, which was rendered in Accurender 4, some time ago. I have converted the legacy materials as I now use nXt. Is there any way of knowing what material goes with what layer, as none show in the materials/layer box?Continue

Started by Paul Jackson in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart Sep 28.

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mike makki replied to mike makki's discussion inspirational images by mike makki
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mike makki replied to mike makki's discussion inspirational images by mike makki
"yes.. the new 9pro.. i also understand lumion has a plugin for Rhino i did this in 9 with timelaps"
Dec 7
S. Jaisimha replied to S. Jaisimha's discussion Material with stretch map (not tile)
"Hmm, I guess we'll have to use decals. Just that the decal needs to be applied to each object, instead of selecting them all and applying as a material, which will be much much faster when I have more than 30-40 objects to which the material…"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to S. Jaisimha's discussion Material with stretch map (not tile)
"I don't believe we have anything that automatically scales to object size.  Decals might not be as horrible a workaround as you think-- they need to be scaled per object anyway.  There is an import option for textured meshes-- these…"
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S. Jaisimha posted a discussion

Material with stretch map (not tile)

Is there any way to create a material where the image map stretches across the object, instead of tiling?For example, the attached image "Jaali.jpg" is the material map I want to stretch across any object I apply it to. But it always seems to tile it across the object, as shown in the "Sample output.jpg".I can't use the object decal option, since the object that the material is applied to is not always the same (i.e., it can be applied to multiple objects and the size of these objects are not…See More
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