AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

I currently use accurender nxt for AutoCAD but am looking now to get Bricscad. I see there is a nxt render for bricscad. Does anyone know how it compares to accurender Nxt as far as interface and quality of image?

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We had it working with the V15 version of BricsCAD, but we didn't get much interest and I don't believe we received any feedback from anyone who had tried it.

We haven't looked at it in a while, and we haven't ported it to v16 of BricsCAD yet.

I tried to load it myself to see what the interface looked like. I thought it was the same as the AutoCAD interface, but my BricsCAD developer's license had expired, so I couldn't even run BricsCAD. I will have to see if I can get that renewed.

Thanks for the reply. I'd be interested if you got it going again.

Ich habe hier auch eine nxtrender Version für Bricscad 15. Die sieht anders aus, als die von Acad.

Leider ist auch bei mir der Testzeitraum schon lange abgelaufen.

Gibt es die Möglichkeit mir eine Testlizenz dafür zuzuschicken?? Würde gerne mal weiter testen.

Unfortunately, we don't have a version that works with BricsCAD now, and that older trial version cannot be reinstated.

Wird es denn für Bricscad 20 eine Version von Accurender nxt geben???

Ich würde da sofort eine Lizenz nehmen.

No, we still haven't written an interface for Bricscad 20.

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