AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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"Thanks for the prompt response. Glad I'm not the only one having problems with camer…"

Paul Jackson replied Oct 25, 2013 to Camera Controls.

3 Oct 26, 2013
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"The Standard engine."

Paul Jackson replied May 10, 2013 to Reflecting an image/photo.

3 May 10, 2013
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"Is the nxt Studio being designed to import a variety of CAD formats or just DWG? Any…"

Paul Jackson replied Feb 20, 2012 to Update

12 Feb 20, 2012
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"Yes, I tend to render a lot of 2D elevations (in AR4 at the moment), taken from3D mo…"

Paul Jackson replied Jan 23, 2012 to AutoCAD View

11 Jan 24, 2012
Reply by akinlolu olugboji

"Quite a few here... http://www.accustudio.com/index.php?option=com_remository&It…"

Paul Jackson replied Dec 22, 2011 to Create Water Material

6 Dec 22, 2011
Reply by Paul Jackson

"Don't know if they're still there in Nxt, but in AR4 you had  'Pick Walkabout Perspe…"

Paul Jackson replied Mar 31, 2011 to Walkabout view control.

12 Apr 7, 2011
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"Think i may have answered my own question. Using the Increment slider and the arrow…"

Paul Jackson replied Mar 31, 2011 to Walkabout view control.

12 Apr 7, 2011
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"Have found out what the problem was. During the material conversion process it seems…"

Paul Jackson replied Mar 28, 2011 to Using AR4 with NXT installed.

10 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"No, nothing moved."

Paul Jackson replied Mar 25, 2011 to Using AR4 with NXT installed.

10 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

"No, same thing. Materials all show ok in 'Assign material' box, but (decal assigned …"

Paul Jackson replied Mar 25, 2011 to Using AR4 with NXT installed.

10 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

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John Ferris replied to John Ferris's discussion CURVED WALL SIGNAGE
"Thanks for the response....I had found an old lisp called 3DText, but couldn't get it to work. Ended up modeling the text in SkecthUp using an extension called Shape Bender. Easy to use and did what I wanted. Imported into ACAD. Done. ACAD…"
Feb 14
akinlolu olugboji replied to John Ferris's discussion CURVED WALL SIGNAGE
"Use a decal or else you have to position the extruded letterings manually"
Feb 14
John Ferris posted a discussion

CURVED WALL SIGNAGE

More of an ACAD question...Have exploded, extruded and rotated my text to be used for signage...that occurs on a curved wall.All the letters are individual solids.Any quick-n-easy way to get the letters repositioned/rotated along the curve of the wall? I've tried using array (polar and path) and align....failed at each.Trying to avoid having to do each letter individually, as there will be other options on case and size that I have to do.Images attached....Thanks for any help,JohnSee More
Feb 13
Andrew Uno replied to Andrew Uno's discussion nXtRender Farm Questions
"That was very helpful and I was better able to communicate with my fellow co-workers and management how things are operating. We are currently in a transition to fiber optic and with this information I have additional information for my proposal of…"
Feb 9
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Andrew Uno's discussion nXtRender Farm Questions
"Yep, that's about it.  The individual "farmers" need to be running on each participating machine.  They all watch a common "Farm Folder" which needs to be read/write accessible to everyone.  They'll latch…"
Feb 8
Andrew Uno replied to Andrew Uno's discussion nXtRender Farm Questions
"Thank you for your fast response Roy. My co-workers and I all have nXt Render farm on our systems; correct me if I am wrong but if render farm as a program works as an in-house render farm it is acting as conduit if you will for our systems to work…"
Feb 8
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Andrew Uno's discussion nXtRender Farm Questions
"The nXt Render farm is a simple, in house, render farm-- NOT an online one.  If you haven't set up any machines to access the files it will remain there forever. The nXtModel is a binary dump of what the file looks like in memory.…"
Feb 8

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