AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hi,
I was wondering If IRender nxt for sketchup is anyhow related with our nxtrender. I'm trying to make our plugin more popular on facebook, and I came up with something. Please respond, it might be helpful.
Thanks,
rav.

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Not exactly sure what you're asking.

Render Plus Systems sells both products.  The products are somewhat different, but both share the same core technology.  They can also share some data such as materials and plants.  They can use the same render farm software.

If you want to feature and include images from all three versions - nXtRender for AutoCad, AccuRender nXt for Revit and IRender nXt for SketchUp - that might make good sense, since they all use the same rendering engine.

I'll be glad to mention the page in our blog and newsletter.

Al

there is a problem, with all these sites, blogs, links here and there for the three flavors of nxt.

this site woks well, but if one seeks for nxt for revit, more than often lands on some sketchup stuff, which is irrelevant(for me) .

not to mention that I purchased the revit version of nxt, which never worked, and now, to test the newer version, I should have to pay for an upgrade.

and who knows if it works or not. this is a shame, because there are many revit users in big architectural practices who are obliged to render with the built-in revit renderer, or export to 3dmax-which probably is what autodesk wants us to do

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