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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Delete Unused Materials? 1 Reply

I typically create new or add ArMaterials (from a library of materials I'm building) to whatever model I'm currently working on.  I change my mind on materials along the way and when I'm finished, I typically have about twice as many materials than…Continue

Started by Steve Wojtynek in AutoCAD. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz yesterday.

Render farm OS 16 Replies

We've just added a couple of powerful servers onto our render farm, but they are only running steadily at 40% capacity.Both machines are running on Windows 2012 Server. Would this make any difference?They both have quad 10 core processors and all…Continue

Started by Peter Milner in nXtRender Add-ons. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz on Wednesday.

AccuRender Studio 19 Replies

Here's the latest version of the new stuff.  If you're interested, try it at your leisure and let me know what you find.  It's a work in progress, so please be kind.  We'll likely have some bugs and certainly have some missing features.******Some…Continue

Started by Roy Hirshkowitz in New Builds and Versions. Last reply by traian m on Wednesday.

Material Library "Slides" 9 Replies

When I loaded AccuRender nXt back in 2011, I remember using a wizard to convert my old AR3 (maybe AR4) MLIBs.  I used to able to search for materials in AR5 and there were "slides" showing the material colors and textures when I browsed to a new…Continue

Started by Steve Wojtynek in AutoCAD. Last reply by Steve Wojtynek on Tuesday.

Adjust Groundcover Color? 1 Reply

I've gone into the AR5 Plant Editor and created a groundcover.  I've traced the rather intense color of the groundcover to Leaf001.png.  If it referred to a JPG, I suppose I could edit the JPG in Photoshop to cut the color saturation back.  Is there…Continue

Started by Steve Wojtynek in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart on Monday.

Upgrading to AcadCAD Subscription... 1 Reply

I currently use AccuRender nXt with Acad2011.  I'm thinking about upgrading to the latest version of AutoCAD... which of course is subscription-based and will keep changing whether I like it or not.  Is there a version of AccuRender nXt that will…Continue

Started by Steve Wojtynek in AutoCAD. Last reply by Rich Hart Nov 18.

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Steve Wojtynek's discussion Delete Unused Materials?
"Use AutoCAD's purge command.  The AccuRender materials are just AutoCAD materials with some extra data on them-- they have "accurender" as a prefix. Right click on accurender's material list and select Refresh after this to…"
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Delete Unused Materials?

I typically create new or add ArMaterials (from a library of materials I'm building) to whatever model I'm currently working on.  I change my mind on materials along the way and when I'm finished, I typically have about twice as many materials than the ones that are actually assigned to layer names in the model.  Is there a way to "purge" unused materials along the way or when finished?See More
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"Use a different shared folder for the ArStudio farm.  Otherwise, no-- nXtRender won't be affected by anything you do here.  I would use a different shared folder. There are (or will be shortly) two ways to do cloud…"
Wednesday
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"Okay, I'll give it a go. I presume it won't affect the nXtRender software. Thanks for looking into it. Just out of interest, how many processors will the cloud use?"
Wednesday
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"BTW, the item I'm finishing up is cloud rendering-- which may interest you as a way of easily (and inexpensively) expanding your in-house farm when you need more rendering power."
Wednesday
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"I've got a holiday weekend and one item to finish, then I can look at this.  On first glance, it looks possible to do, but I don't have an r18 to test with. In the meantime, when you get a chance, try just seeing if the farm nodes and…"
Wednesday
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"All in AutoCAD."
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Render farm OS
"Wow 2011!  It may be possible to do-- it looks like they did have .net support back then.  I'll look into it. Are you modeling in AutoCAD or with other software?  "
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