AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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"ok... the RPS_nXtRender_R22_x64 sudenly is there... magic..!! thanks HART.... I JUST…"

norton torres replied May 20, 2019 to accurender version 1.0.354

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"NO 22 ..."

norton torres replied May 20, 2019 to accurender version 1.0.354

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norton torres replied May 20, 2019 to accurender version 1.0.354

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"I did,  It work fine on my laptop, no errors so far."

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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"NO AUTOCAD 2014 ON THE STARUP ONLY AUTOCAD 2010"

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

17 Nov 23, 2016
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"ok.. the nXt Lic. dialog opens and is activate, thanks a lot... but while autocad op…"

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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"hello.. I did install de file you gave me but It wont open the RSP lic. to activate.…"

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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"thanks, I will try and let you Know later, I apreciate the help ..."

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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"Im using Autocad 2010 64, windows 7 pro maybe I domloading the wrong file"

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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"THIS THE PAGES  I USE TO DOWNLOAD"

norton torres replied Nov 23, 2016 to WHY I CANT OPEN RPS LICENSE

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Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Yes, the glass material translated as Refractive automatically."
Dec 23, 2020
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Yeah-- like I mentioned the caustics are accurate but could be annoying.  Things that might alter it include changing the sun angle so it's not striking the chair's metal surfaces so directly, changing the roughness of the chair…"
Dec 23, 2020
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Here's the latest render using metallic materials. The chrome now looks a lot better. I do feel though that the reflected light on the back wall is too bright."
Dec 23, 2020
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Ah-- so that's a function of the material type.  The standard material won't give you a mirror anymore.  You need to change the material to metallic and you should get something more familiar.  Use the Type popdown on the…"
Dec 18, 2020
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Pacing a mirror on the back wall (reflections = 1.0, noise = 0.0), you can see the difference more clearly (top image is nXt)."
Dec 18, 2020
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"You can see from these two images that there is definitely something wrong with reflective surfaces. It appears the light is being reflected, but not objects or textures. In the nXt version (top image), the carpet texture is being reflected in the…"
Dec 18, 2020
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"It's interesting-- overall the quality of this interior is very high for that short amount of processing, and may be acceptable for certain scenes.  In this one, however, there are some reflective caustics that are taking longer to…"
Dec 17, 2020
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"ARDECAL now works. Here's the image after 10 minutes of rendering. I do have a slight concern that reflective surfaces seem rather dull. This is particularly evident on the end frame of the desk and the base of the chair."
Dec 17, 2020

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