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 i find that sometimes if the model is to big ...nxt crashes out....have you fixed the problem??

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Hallo Mike

 

Wie gross sind denn deine Modelle?? Arbeitest du unter 32 Bit oder 64 Bit. Ich habe hier unter 64 Bit 3D Modelle bis zu 350 MB Grösse. Alles kein Problem. Wie gross ist denn dein Arbeitsspeicher? Vielleicht ist der ja hin und wieder zu klein für deine Modelle und NXT stürzt ab.

 

Grüsse

 

Alfons

How do we determine a big model. Size of AutoCad file, polygon courts .......
Shouldn't be crashing in 64 bits-- no known reports at the moment.  If you've got a model that's crashing consistently I'm very interested.  32 bits can crash if things get too big-- no fix.
yes i am fraid it does happen...yesterday 2twice...anyway not always.....i have read on archvision website that NXT is support RPC through nxt..... Is that true??

If you get something I have a prayer of reproducing here let me know.  Otherwise I can't do much more than make a note of it.

Not sure what you mean by the RPC question.  We do support RPC via the Archvision AutoCAD plugin. That hasn't changed.

Roy

in WWW.Archvision.com... they stated that RPC plugins  is in AccurenderNXT. Autocad has its own  rpc plugin...

see for your self :)

 

Nothing's changed nor are there any plans for a change.  RPC support is available via the appropriate AutoCAD plugin for your platform.

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