AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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The camera motion plus the object animations added to a static rendered model

definitely makes for a more interesting movie.  All that is missing is myself basting in the sunlight.

I'm assuming the computer power to render and animate takes a lot of juice.

 

 

not to mention the software cost....I paid so far 3000 Euro ...8 core machine,32gb memory ,Nvidia 660t ...it took me 2 days to setup the model the plants etc etc.....movie time is 5hours to make ...only

All for two minutes of visual.  5 hours? I've run fixed renders for five times that long.

I need to upgrade.

 

it beats 3dmax vray in speed handsdown:)

 

pls which software are u using forthe animation.

Amazing, Mike, chapeaux bas...

.. the only "if and but" is, in my opinion, to much action in your movie - windy weather (good, old Blighty..), but trees are shaking a lot, so are leafs falling, additional attraction is fire and fountains... A lot of movement.

The scene - trees, shrubs, grass, etc., etc...  are awesome, but there are so many focal points - in the scene and in the time... Maybe calm it a little bit down?

Anyway - it is absolutely Premiere Ligue, Mike. Respect.

Your movies are the best accurender-made ones I have ever seen.

Not sure they are nXt animations. I think Mike is using other program.

that would be correct

you lived in england...you know how windy it is ...its even worse after a curry...:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

Well... Just one or two brick materials, very green grass, roofing slates dark gray, window frames and sash - white, RVP ant gutters white as well, then 3-panel entrance door, 3-window bays in front of terrace house and...  you can render english architecture  :D  Very aproximately, of course  :D

My boss used to say: "In UK everything leaks - this is just the matter of time..."

Anyway, I miss Hampshire from time to time...

I do not miss Glasgow (Glesca) at all (maybe just it's pubs :D )

yes....scotland.....the land of booze and easy women....:D

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