AccuRender nXt

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Understood. I guess I assumed it was since this was posted under the AutoCAD sub forum.

I've done a few bootleg animations with AutoCAD before, but they were fairly rudimentary.

Example 1

Example 2

Example 3

Those were created with a combination of AutoLISP and nXtRender. What I'm looking to do is learn something more advanced, like the video here:

Mammoet Focus

If Blender would be the best for learning to do something like that, then I'll probably start there. Any other input is greatly appreciated :)

Hello Jim

animation of this nature (diggers,goods lifting equipment etc) would only work in 3ds max,MAYA etc..etc ...Autocad is not an animation software....

3ds max,Maya best software you can use for animation of this kind.

as for rendering the video clip, vray,corona, etc...

Lumion is restricted to the type of animation import... for example... rotating,forward,backward movement of items...such as diggers etc...works well with lumion......

i hope this is helpful..

mike

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