AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Are you modelling in acad and then importing into lumion?

As far as I can remember lumion does not import from autocad, i was wondering if you convert prior to importing into lumion

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Add some babes by the pool :P

You can import DWG to Lumion now!!!!!!!

Thanks for the information!

yes guys....it can read autocad,3d max files,3ds files,sketchup,etc....

over priced software...way over priced....

you need lots of memory and very expensive graphic card for it to work....3d max just as good and now you can buy moving trees and shrubs to work with max....

and you can add ....crashes all the time....cant handle big files

can you be a little more specific about an "expensive graphic card"?  E.g. Nvidea... 

NIVIDIA -GTX 780 and also amd 8 core 9590 processer

thanks Mike

new animation for a lighthouse and small craft crash...:)

after effect

https://vimeo.com/91282043

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Fractal Trees vs Images for trees

"I'm usually rendering fairly detailed AutoCAD architectural models on 3Dmodeled sites with lots of AccuRender trees and shrubs.  I was wonderingwhat AccuRender 4 (using Acad2004) and AccuRender nXt (using Acad2011)actually "sees" when you select a view to render.  Do they "see" and have to"consider" the 50 trees behind the building (adding a lot of calculatingtime to a rendering), or do these programs "hide" and never consider thestuff that's hidden in a view by other entities?"Everything in th…See More
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