AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Seesmic Desktop now supported

AccuRender nXt is now on Seesmic Desktop! We’re happy to announce a new way for you to stay on top of activity on AccuRender nXt. Seesmic Desktop 2 has just been released. If you’re not familiar with Seesmic, it lets you access all of your social networking services in one place. What’s great about it (in addition to the fact that it’s free) is that it lets you monitor activity and post updates on multiple social networks at the same time, including AccuRender nXt.
  • It’s cross-platform: Works on both PCs and Macs.
  • Tracks the latest activity: Check out the latest [network_name] photos, blog posts, members, and comments, alongside what’s happening on other popular services.
  • Post once, deliver to many: Monitor activity on [network_name], along with Twitter, Facebook, and others. Post status updates to all of them at once with one click.
It’s easy to set up. Just install Seesmic Desktop 2 and add the Ning plug-in. When prompted, enter your AccuRender nXt sign-in information. You’re ready to post.

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akinlolu olugboji posted a discussion

Lightening Channels

purge%20-%20Standard.zipI have drawn attention to this before and I believe it was retified then but it seems to be back.Some light sources get stuck to each other such that when you assign a channel to it the other instance moves to that channel too and you are unable to assign them to different channels.The spot lights…See More
4 hours ago
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Invisible light source
"Those shaders only work with the basic rendering engine. I only ever use Path Tracer or Hybrid."
Wednesday
mike makki replied to Peter Milner's discussion Invisible light source
"I do not get why roy did get this material  - shader - no light source or reflection"
Wednesday
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"If they're behind a diffuser-- yep-- modeling the diffuser as a light source will get you most of the way there.  The type of lighting that a lot of folks are using, though, is these exposed 3M lighting strips.  They resemble…"
Tuesday
Jan Verzelen replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"okay, but why should one try to draw each separate light source? As you mentioned before, most of the time these are behind a diffuse cover. "
Tuesday
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"It works pretty well for this-- where the surfaces are diffuse.  Peter's got a more reflective surface which probably would show reflections of the individual light sources in the roll.  It's an interesting problem (and an actual…"
Tuesday
Jan Verzelen replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"this s what i get when trying to simulate led strips. i used rectangular hidden and visible area lights with the path tracer."
Tuesday
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"I'll give it a whirl tomorrow."
Tuesday

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