AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Mike, you are the best! But tehre is a strange green reflection on the pool in first scene.

And I think some reflections a little exaggerated.

Anyaway, is better than i can do in my life.

Congratulations!

Ahh, At the scene of the dock tour, I felt like in GTA V. :)

Lots of action, Mike.  You do like water.

What hardware do you use to generate the large amount of surface rendering, camera movement and object movement and still create the film within an acceptable time.  Where is comotion at these days, I wonder.

 

Nicely done.

@Wallace....its really not hard doing all these rendering....the software does it all......you need a very fast machine and top of the range NVIDIA CARD....

@rich....8 core machine--amd...32gb ram....2gb NVidia card t660....will fly you to the moon...:)

I imagine that, and that doesn't diminish the merits of your work somehow. And led me to the moon, anyway!

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