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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Crashing 10 Replies

My computer completely crashes if I try adding groundcover or rather having added it, I then try to render.I admit it is quite an old machine with an Inter Core I5 and 3gb Memory running at 3.2gHzContinue

Started by Stuart Nathan in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart 38 minutes ago.

Roy I Screwed Up 6 Replies

So apparently my update rights expired about a week ago. Unfortunately I found this out by downloading & installing the latest version today. How do I roll this back to the previous version so I don't have the note telling me to re-new and the…Continue

Started by Wayne Williamson in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart on Tuesday.

Properties Tool Box not Working in AutoCad

I select an obeject in autocad then right click and select properties in the pop up and the properties of the selected object are displayed and from there I can even edit the objects properties line line thicknesss (for depth) line weigh, etc.Now I…Continue

Started by akinlolu olugboji in Corner Bar on Tuesday.

Scroll Mouse 4 Replies

I use the scroll wheel on my mouse alot in autocad to zoom in and out and atmies to scroll up and down a list in standard windows programs.Problem is after some time the scrolling become eratic. What could be the cause and also solution to the…Continue

Started by akinlolu olugboji in AutoCAD. Last reply by akinlolu olugboji Apr 28.

4k tv's and rendering size 3 Replies

So we got this new fancy 4k 60" tv in our office to show presentations on. What size do i need to start rendering out to take advantage of the screen quality?5600x3600 is a big image that takes a lot of time! Any suggestions?Continue

Tags: image, size, rendering, 4k

Started by J. Brown in Rendering Advice and Comments. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Apr 25.

4-Core or 6 Core? 7 Replies

Dear TeamIs there a huge difference between 4-Core and 6-Core machines if Im using the following to do my work :AutoCadAccurenderPshopIndesignPossibly RevitI know RAM is king but how much impact will the Core Count have since I believe the…Continue

Started by Sampdoria in AutoCAD. Last reply by Sampdoria Apr 23.

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Rich Hart replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"I don't see the model attached here. Can you send it to me using my email address? rich.hart@renderplus.com"
38 minutes ago
Stuart Nathan replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"I have already sent dwg. But here it is again."
5 hours ago
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"Send a sample drawing with the groundcover if possible-- it may be a scale issue."
Wednesday
Rich Hart replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"That's what I did too. I installed the older version of AccuRender that you're running, but it works fine for me. Wen you have a chance, could you let it run for maybe a half hour and see if it ever returns?"
Wednesday
Stuart Nathan replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"Yes it does exist. I am using nxt to add groundcover and browsing for the file. It stops when loading file."
Wednesday
Rich Hart replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"That groundcover file works for me. I assume that we are trying to fine the image file for the grass on you machine, and looking everywhere if we cannot find it, and that is taking forever to do the search. On my machine, that image file is located…"
Wednesday
Stuart Nathan replied to Stuart Nathan's discussion Crashing
"Here is one."
Wednesday
Rich Hart replied to Wayne Williamson's discussion Roy I Screwed Up
"It looked like the materials Horizontal Siding was being used for some of the walls. I edited that material and saw that it was based on a texture image where the strength was set to 1.0, so the material would simply be the color of the texture…"
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