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4k tv's and rendering size
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So we got this new fancy 4k 60" tv in our office to show presentations on. What size do i need to start rendering out to take advantage of the screen quality?5600x3600 is a big image that takes a lot…Continue

Tags: image, size, rendering, 4k

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Apr 25.

RPC
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I am using some ArchVision RPC objects. I admit they are old and i don't have a subscription anymore.... but they have worked in the past. Problems I am currently having is these objects are not…Continue

Tags: ArchVision, RPC

Started this discussion. Last reply by J. Brown Apr 5.

New Rendering Work Station
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I am building a new Rendering Machine to work with Autocad and NXT. Biggest question is OS. How does NXT work on windows 10 pro?? Do i stick with windows 7?Here is the build so far: Any suggestions…Continue

Tags: 10, 7, windows, build, computer

Started this discussion. Last reply by akinlolu olugboji Apr 17, 2017.

HELP!!!! just upgraded to 355 from 348 and it isn't working!

I just upgraded 355 from 348. Paid for the upgrade... and it isn't wokring. Doing something stupid like "mapping 2" on large files. I know thre was a  limit on model sizes the trial from years ago…Continue

Tags: 355, 348, payment, upgrade

Started Mar 22, 2016

 

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to J. Brown's discussion 4k tv's and rendering size
"These are 6 megapixel images-- they will take a long time. Try displaying some hi-res images from your phone or camera to see if it's a video driver problem. Could be many other things.  Can't tell without seeing examples. "
Apr 25
J. Brown replied to J. Brown's discussion 4k tv's and rendering size
"I have a few at 3000x2000. They take forever! Still get pixilated. Might be a video driver thing i am starting to think... might not be strong enough to handle that much resolution. I don't know enough about 4k to truly know the fix but wanted…"
Apr 25
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to J. Brown's discussion 4k tv's and rendering size
"I would try 2800 x 1800-- either upsample in PhotoShop or just let your display software zoom it.  It won't take full advantage of the display but should be pretty nice."
Apr 25
J. Brown commented on Peter Milner's photo
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"OK, when i see something this good... using NXT i need to know your settings! lights, camera, and final rendering size..... and the time it took! Share details so we can all get better please. this is just to fantastic!"
Apr 24
J. Brown posted a discussion

4k tv's and rendering size

So we got this new fancy 4k 60" tv in our office to show presentations on. What size do i need to start rendering out to take advantage of the screen quality?5600x3600 is a big image that takes a lot of time! Any suggestions?See More
Apr 24
J. Brown replied to J. Brown's discussion RPC
"My mistake.. all it was is a dumb setting that had turn on the shadow and remove the jitters. Sorry! NXT works fine with RPC..."
Apr 5
Rich Hart replied to J. Brown's discussion RPC
"Most RPC trees are just 2D tree images and don't seem to cast correct shadows very well in nXt. You could try making some palm trees with the nXt Plant Editor and then saving and using those palm trees."
Apr 5
J. Brown posted a discussion

RPC

I am using some ArchVision RPC objects. I admit they are old and i don't have a subscription anymore.... but they have worked in the past. Problems I am currently having is these objects are not casting shadows and there is a strange "shaded" area behind some of them. 1) is this common? does NXT still work with RPC?2) should i just uses an object to get the right shadows? I don't have any Palm Trees and that is why i am defaulting to RPC.3) i am willing to pay a subscription but need to know if…See More
Apr 4

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mike makki replied to mike makki's discussion inspirational images by mike makki
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mike makki replied to mike makki's discussion inspirational images by mike makki
"yes.. the new 9pro.. i also understand lumion has a plugin for Rhino i did this in 9 with timelaps"
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S. Jaisimha replied to S. Jaisimha's discussion Material with stretch map (not tile)
"Hmm, I guess we'll have to use decals. Just that the decal needs to be applied to each object, instead of selecting them all and applying as a material, which will be much much faster when I have more than 30-40 objects to which the material…"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to S. Jaisimha's discussion Material with stretch map (not tile)
"I don't believe we have anything that automatically scales to object size.  Decals might not be as horrible a workaround as you think-- they need to be scaled per object anyway.  There is an import option for textured meshes-- these…"
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S. Jaisimha posted a discussion

Material with stretch map (not tile)

Is there any way to create a material where the image map stretches across the object, instead of tiling?For example, the attached image "Jaali.jpg" is the material map I want to stretch across any object I apply it to. But it always seems to tile it across the object, as shown in the "Sample output.jpg".I can't use the object decal option, since the object that the material is applied to is not always the same (i.e., it can be applied to multiple objects and the size of these objects are not…See More
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