AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hello!
It has been a long time since my last visit to the NXT forum, and I have got a great surprise as for the general image quality!  I am just downloading the demo, in order to try it. I have read the program specs, but not too much detail on the comotion pluggin. I was not able to find a web site or a place where this information could be detailed. I will be more than happy if someone can provide any info.
Thanks in advance!

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I pulled the CoMotion link until I see some more activity. There is simple, pathed, animation included with the product which is basically what Daniel had implemented anyway.
As far as you know, Roy, has Daniel chosen to abanden the program and move into other personel directions not related? If so, do you far-see the included animation being expanded in the direction that users would like to see CoMotion move?

Rich Rosemann
Thanks Roy, and Rich, for your answers.
I am sorry coMOTION is not being developped as an integral part of AccuRender Nxt.
I cannot ask Daniel for it, since it is a free pluggin...
Anyway, in my opinion, coMOTION for AR3 (when it was created by Andy) was a great tool!
Of course it was not intended as a competence to pro Animation softwares as Max and others, but it was enough even for today standards for CLIENT presentations. In my oppinion simple pathed animations are OK for in House presentations only.
I hope a solution could be found!

Ernesto

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