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Maxwell anybody?

WOW!  It's been forever since I've been here.   Glad to see it's still up and running.   Anyways, I just had a computer crash and leave me in a huge bind. I've been using Maxwell render ver 2.1 and I…Continue

Started Mar 7, 2017

Looking for someone who can do a flyover???
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Hi All,It's been a long time.  I have a client who is looking for a flyover of a 16 acre resort/commercial complex near the sea somewhere. It's way outta my league but I told him I'd ask around and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Beaman Jun 12, 2013.

Trouble installing ARnxt
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Hey guys,I've had nxt installed on my 64 bit windows 7 computer for a while now, but all of a sudden it won't work. I uninstalled it and tried to reinstall, but I get an error during the set up that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Nov 20, 2012.

News readers??
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Can we still get this newsgroup in Outlook express???   It hasn't worked there in a long time. Did something change?ThanksJohnContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Nov 11, 2010.

 

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Ligni furniture from Sven Christiansen

"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!"
12 hours ago
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
13 hours ago
Sampdoria replied to Sampdoria's discussion 4-Core or 6 Core?
"Thank you Peter, I really appreciate your inputs. Cheers"
yesterday
Peter Milner replied to Sampdoria's discussion 4-Core or 6 Core?
"Neither will make any difference to rendering speed and you'll be pushed to use 12Gb RAM unless you're dealing with extremely large and complicated 3D models. Ideally, use a graphics card that is recommended with your software such as…"
Monday
Sampdoria replied to Sampdoria's discussion 4-Core or 6 Core?
"Peter Another question : Would you go for 12 GB RAM with a 2GB Video Card or 24 GB RAM with a Dual DVI 256MB Graphic Card ? Again, we're talking CAD/NxT/Pshop &  Indesign. Cheers"
Sunday
Sampdoria replied to Sampdoria's discussion 4-Core or 6 Core?
"I'll take your experienced technique for granted! Thank you Peter!"
Sunday
alex dounis replied to alex dounis's discussion Render settings to show corner of walls or wall edge Please !!!
"Thanks Peter , Ill give it a go. Cheers Alex"
Friday
Dizzy Gosnell replied to Dizzy Gosnell's discussion nXt and AutoCad 2019
"Hey Rich, Fantastic stuff, right on the money, worked like a charm. Thanks so much. Diz"
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