AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

In an effort to get back up to speed on coMotion for December. I revisited the Accustudio Layer Render program. I got to to work with AutoCAD 2014 to 2017. It is a fun little toy to render still images of the layers in the AutoCAD model. Great for creating those images to make it look like a building is being built. Here is the direct link... Cheers!

http://accustudio.com/exchange/misc-free-stuff/31-accustudio-render...

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Hi Daniel

I tested this tool tonight.
It works very well. I'm excited.

Will there be synonymous times a tool, as in AR3.1 where I in Accurender 360 ° panoramic videos could create and watch with SmoothMove. That would be great, if synonymous in AR5 goes.

Hallo Daniel

Ich habe heute abend mal dieses Tool getestet.
Es funktioniert sehr gut. Ich bin begeistert.

Wird es auch mal ein Tool geben, wie in AR3.1 wo ich in Accurender 360° Panorama Videos erstellen konnte und mit SmoothMove anschauen konnte. Das wäre super, wenn das auch in AR5 geht.

I'm glad it is working for you.

Unfortunately, I don't speak german and something was lost in the translation :( I tried BabelFish, no luck there either. So I'm not sure what feature you are looking for.

Previously, Accurender 3.1 was able to create 360 ° panorama videos.
Will it be possible this time in Accurender 5 or in Comotion?

Es gab früher in Accurender 3.1 die Möglichkeit auch 360° Panorama Videos zu erzeugen.
Wird es diese Möglichkeit auch mal in Accurender 5 oder in Comotion geben?

Thanks for the clarification. This is something that will not be in coMotion. It would need to be in the core program of nXt.

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