AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Build 008 --

More complete material-based lighting.  Objects can become emitters using material properties.

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Hello!

I come here from time to time, to see what´s new!

Excuse me if my question is too obvious, but I couldn´t find a Description of NXT STUDIO anywhere.

Can you tell me whay is it?

Thanks in advance!

Ernesto

Thanks, Roy!

Wann kommt ein neue nxt Studio Version??

Die 011 Version ist zum 31.12 2013 beendet.

Alfons

Soon-- maybe this weekend.

Build 012 available now--

64 bit
32 bit

Optional material scene

Wann kommt eine neue nxt Studio Version???

Meine Version ist abgelaufen.

Ist schon eine neue Version in Planung?

Meine Version 017 ist abgelaufen.

Wann kommt evtl. etwas neues?

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Steve Wojtynek's discussion Delete Unused Materials?
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Delete Unused Materials?

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