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Is Co-Motion still around and does it work with nXt Render?

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Insert objects.

I can not load material for Render.

Rendered People In the previous version of the NXT.

You might need the expects (Roy and Rich) on this one. I use RPC figures now.

Então quero usar figuras RPC.

Trabalho com Active3D no AutoCad, mas pretendo migrar para o REVIT.

Mas, preciso usá-los por agora no AutoCad.

Como proceder?

Eu fiz várias pesquisas, mas não estou conseguindo encontrar. Me parece que a licença é somente para um ano?

E quando baixa o Plugin, já vem alguns modelos de RPC pra usar ou precisa ainda comprar os Plugins?

Como você usa os RPC?

Com  qual programa você trabalha?

Agradeço a Atenção!

Homem do céu!!!!

É incrível...!!!!

É muito bom o RPC...  

Estou achando caro, porque parece que tem que pagar todo ano.

Existe alguma versão grátis ou mais barata... ou ainda, Licença definitiva?

Nem falo mais sobre as árvores do NXT... Quero RPC de agora em diante.

Só me falta acertar o custo....

desde já,.... muito obrigado!!!!

Many thanks for all the explanations.
I bought ArchVision, and now I have over 3,500 images to use.

I want to use SPOT in lighting.
I can not do as in AR4.
It clicked and gave direction. After that, it was only to set the height of the spot on the floor, the height it pointed and the opening of the spotlight.
I can not regulate this in NXT at all ...

Or is there other software for lighting?
Just as ArchVision is specific for inserting images, is there any other software for embedding lighting?

I was able to find the command I needed to make Spot work.
It was hidden in the right mouse button, among several AutoCad commands. It was a lot of suffering to find.

Get a tip and request.
For each NXT Render tool, there should be a step-by-step video.
You can even watch it as a silent movie that you can understand.

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