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advanced rendering for AutoCAD

I have 4 views that I use in my AutoCAD.

Can I send this to the farm and have it render all 4 views in a "batch"?

I have been converting the ,JPG output of the 4 .JPG files to 4 separate PDF files and then my drawing imports them as a PDF underlay..

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The Batch processor in WalkAbout has a Farm Button.  I haven't tried it in a while, but that's what it's for.  Let me know if you need more specifics.

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OT-- when you get a chance give AccuRender Studio a try and let me know what you think.  There are plugins for AutoCAD 2013 and up, plus Rhino 6.  See the previous topic for more info.

Super.....Thanks Roy...

I will try the AccuRender Studio too....

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