AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

We're up to Build 0082.  This new major release of the AccuRender and nXt product line now includes a plugin that works entirely within AutoCAD just like previous versions. It's got a ton of new features and is available for free for a while.  Take a look and let me know what you think.

See the Download->AccuRender Studio menu items for more details.

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It this good enough?  I'm currently reworking the interface to make it a bit easier to use.  Since I wrote that page I released an AutoCAD plugin that works within AutoCAD similar to the current product.

I am an old Accurender user. I now need to try and re-create some old images from old models. (about 20 years old)

I have now downloaded Accurender Studio, and now work with AutoCAD 2016 and 2017

I have 2 questions related to Accurender Studio:

1) Your write-up states:

Out-of-AutoCAD operation
Option for out-of-process rendering so you can continue to work in AutoCAD.

How do you get this to work? I see no options. AutoCAD is locked up while app is running.

2) Can this be installed as a portable app? For instance, I have a corporate computer that runs AutoCAD but I don't have admin rights to install the .msi installer. Can I just copy the files to a local folder and load the dll file within AutoCAD without going through a system install?

1-  On the Rendering Tab there is a popdown called Destination.  The option is called something like "Local Out of Process". 

2-  No, installation will require admin access.

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