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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George Ioannidis commented on Maciej's photo
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"One oddity: nice green leaves of summer together with some melting snow islands on the grass and elsewhere. Except the tree is some kind of evergreen which I can't recognize. ;)"
4 hours ago
Steve Wojtynek replied to Albert D Hart's discussion Fractal Trees vs Images for trees
"Sounds like good method... something I need to look into as I've never used tree images. Assuming I want to continue working the old way using only fractal trees... Does AutoCAD and AccuRender take time to calculate trees hidden by buildings…"
15 hours ago
kingjin commented on Maciej's photo
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"Maciej, hello, very good results, and ask how to get the car? THX."
20 hours ago
Albert D Hart posted a discussion

Fractal Trees vs Images for trees

"I'm usually rendering fairly detailed AutoCAD architectural models on 3Dmodeled sites with lots of AccuRender trees and shrubs.  I was wonderingwhat AccuRender 4 (using Acad2004) and AccuRender nXt (using Acad2011)actually "sees" when you select a view to render.  Do they "see" and have to"consider" the 50 trees behind the building (adding a lot of calculatingtime to a rendering), or do these programs "hide" and never consider thestuff that's hidden in a view by other entities?"Everything in th…See More
yesterday
Maciej posted photos
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J. Raul Cardenas replied to J. Raul Cardenas's discussion Render Settings
"8.6 MPixels is a lot indeed, specially in rendering time. Thanks a lot for the explanation, makes sense now."
May 19
akinlolu olugboji replied to mike makki's discussion my entry animation for cg competition at www.cgarchitect.com
"Awesome work, just can't help wondering why so many sheep are let on their own without a Shepard, also on the Patio, with so much leave movement which I believe is due to wind, it is unaffected be the burning fire. "
May 19
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to J. Raul Cardenas's discussion Render Settings
"No-- nothing to do with darker or lighter.  It does define resolution by dots per unit-- for example 36" x 24" at 100 dpi will provide 3600 x 2400 rendered pixels (8.6 million).  It's exactly the same as specifying 3600 x…"
May 19

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