AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

nXtRender Batch is an "out of process" rendering window which will be launched from AutoCAD, Revit, or SketchUp to render the model.

This is different than nXt Studio - which is a stand-alone program which imports models from various platforms and renders them

nXtRender Batch will have the Post Processing features we are adding to nXtRender for AutoCAD. I will add additional posts about each of them.

Another feature is that using nXtRender Batch, you can save your rendering information to a network drive, and then render it later (e.g. batch up several renderings to run at night), or on a different machine (which will not require a license). This is different than the Render Farm - which splits up your rendering onto 1 or machines to get it done faster. nXtRender Batch just lets you run your rendering on a single machine.

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Rich Hart replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Old versions of nXt for AutoCAD
"There is a bug in the logic to find the version with the closest date to your license number that occasionally finds the farm install instead. You should be able to simply download the install the NK21 or the OA30 version from the link I posted…"
Paul Jackson replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Old versions of nXt for AutoCAD
"Thanks Rich. I also popped-in my license code to the checker, it came up with nXtFarm64_0355.exe Seems to be the render farm though?"
Rich Hart replied to Paul Jackson's discussion Old versions of nXt for AutoCAD
"This page: lists all of the versions of nXt for AutoCAD currently available for download. The version from Nov 2014, NK21, will work with your license bought in 2013."
Paul Jackson posted a discussion

Old versions of nXt for AutoCAD

Is it still possible to download old versions (bought in 2013), of nXt for AutoCAD? Got a new PC, but cannot find my installation file. Thanks.See More
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Reflected background brightness
"Almost certainly.  A fix may be difficult at this point.  The code has not been touched in years."
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Peter Milner posted a discussion

Reflected background brightness

In Accurender I can turn up the brightness of the reflected background, but when I send the same render to the farm, it renders as the default brightness.Possibly an oversight or a bug?See More
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