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 Brittany Watson's discussion Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues
"I see that if I turn the soffit layer off, that those can lights on the right are working. So I assume the soffit is blocking the light. Unfortunately, I'm not able to try moving the can lights down for some reason. I can try looking into this…"
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Brittany Watson replied to Brittany Watson's discussion Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues
"I apologize, they are the smaller can lights on right soffit side of the arched ceiling, the bigger ones on the opposite side (left) are working correctly. They do work when the light source is pulled out of the can object or out of the soffit, so…"
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Rich Hart replied to Brittany Watson's discussion Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues
"Unfortunately, the model was still just too large for my machine. After about 15 minutes I had to turn off the computer so that I could do something else while it was rendering.. Could you give me any idea of where the lights are that don't…"
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Brittany Watson replied to Brittany Watson's discussion Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues
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Rich Hart replied to Brittany Watson's discussion Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues
"Can you send us a model where this is happening, to see if we can duplicate it here? As small a model as possible would be appreciated. You can use this link to send it to us: https://renderplus.com/wp2/uploads/ Thanks, Rich"
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Continuous Recessed Lighting Issues

Hi I use AutoCAD Architecture and have been having on going problems with a recessed can light block. I have completed 3 renderings now in which I have had to spend days trying to get my recessed lighting to work. Other lights work, and occasionally some of the can recessed lights will show up. I have exploded the block and added them individually, I have aimed the light and rotated it every which way, but most of the time nothing works.  I have tested out the problem on my current rendering…See More
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