AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Olá a todos,

 

Como faço para inserir RPC de pessoas ou outros? (No accurender 4, tinha um local onde essa opção estava em uma barra de ferramentas, sei que no NXT tudo ficou melhor e mais prático talvez por isso não estou achando a forma correta de se fazer essa inserção.)

 

Pode ser que já me explicaram isso, mas não estou lembrado, pois ultimamente tenho trabalhado mais em outra área da arquitetura do que nas imagens.

 

Obrigado desde já.

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First you need to download the plugin for your version of autocad at archvision and then install it. This come in as a toolbar on your Autocad user interface. You now via this interface insert your RPC's.

 

Primeiro você precisa baixar o plugin para a versão do autocad em ArchVision e instalá-lo. Este entra como uma barra de ferramentas no seu interface com o usuárioAutocad. Você agora através desta interface RPC é inserir o seu.

 

More here.

So, if I got it right, ArchVision is SELLING AutoCAD (and nXt) plugin??? I thought only the main RPC content was charged by the company, not the plugins for ACAD and PS. :(
The pluggin is free it is the RPC you have to either buy or lease. The plugin is only available for AutoCad but works with Nxt.
Well, for AutoCAD it is free. But, for PS it is not. :( All RPCs inserted in PS are watermarked. :(
The older version will still work, you may just need to load it. Still works here in CS5.
I'll check my backups for older version Kevin, thanks.
Will older version of the autocad pluggin works without a watermark should your license have expired?

Ainda não estou conseguindo inserir o RPC no autocad, pode me ajudar com algum passo a passo?

Já instalei o plugin do archivision, mas não localizo a barra de ferramentas nem sei como proceder.

Agradeço desde já a ajuda.

Type, "appload" at AutoCad command line. Then follow the image attached and load the, "RpcDb.dbx" the toolbar should come up.

 



Tipo, "APPLOAD" no AutoCad linha de comando. Em seguida, siga a imagem em anexo e carregar o "RpcDb.dbx" a barra de ferramentas devem vir para cima.

Olá akinlolu, somente hoje consegui voltar ao trabalho 3d, fiz o que me direcionou e finalmente consegui instalar e inserir os arquivos RPC, quando estiver com a imagem pronta estarei inserindo na minha página, confira.

 

Obrigado pela sua disposição em me ajudar e obrigado a todos que deixaram seus recados auxiliadores.

Você é bem-vindo.

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