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maximum cores usable?
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Good afternoon,I just got a Dell T7610 workstation with dual 12-core Xeon processors.Running an image as a benchmark, the processors are not at 100%.  they seem to max out at about 66%.  I tried to…Continue

Tags: Usage, Core, CPU

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Jul 18, 2014.

Autocad 2013, decals, and automatic view switching
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Does anyone know what setting to change in Autocad 2013 to prevent the following?Attaching a decal, I generally work in one of the isometric views because you can see all 3 points needed to place the…Continue

Tags: Switching, View, Decals, 2013, AutoCAD

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garret Diduck Mar 22, 2013.

decals applied to blocks
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Any idea why the decals applied to the wide sign holders at the back and back-left of this image show, while those applied to the narrower sign holders do not?  The sign holders are similar blocks,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz Feb 14, 2012.

FARM Operation
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I just set up two identical computers using the nxt farm software and am running a test rendering.The computers have AMD 6 core processors at 3.30 GHz and 8GB RAMBoth computers show on the farm…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garret Diduck Dec 8, 2011.

 

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Chad Kauffman's discussion Licensing Issues
"Send me a private msg with your info."
Wednesday
Chad Kauffman posted a discussion

Licensing Issues

Upgrading a couple of machines and also switch a user profile. I need our current license code to update. Thanks,See More
Tuesday
Kevin Lockwood replied to MES's discussion Animation using WalkAbout in CAD.
"Its been years for me too.  I think Daniel spent some time getting CoMotion running again.  http://www.accustudio.com/marketplace/comotion As to stitching frames, the tool I used to use wasn't working last time I tried, but I did…"
Nov 15
Rich Rosemann replied to MES's discussion Animation using WalkAbout in CAD.
"Is CoMotion no longer being updated?"
Nov 11
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to MES's discussion Animation using WalkAbout in CAD.
"Sorry you're not getting a better response here-- our animation stuff is pretty rudimentary.  Hoping someone will still chime in though.  I haven't looked at this stuff for such a long time, my guess is that the software I used…"
Nov 8
MES posted a discussion

Animation using WalkAbout in CAD.

Hi,I want to create a "fly thru" or "walk thru" animation using Nxt in CAD 2015.  Anyone has experience with this and would like to share how to use it? Any important tips?Thank you!See More
Nov 7
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Enrico Gheno's discussion Perspective between 3D model and background image on NXT autocad 2015
"There are a couple of ways to do this-- In nXt the WalkAbout window allows you to insert and manipulate background images and your viewpoint independently.  You can either allow nXt to composite the image for you, or save the thing with a…"
Nov 4
Enrico Gheno posted a discussion

Perspective between 3D model and background image on NXT autocad 2015

Hi, I would like to insert my 3D model on an image in background, obviously with the correct position, size and perspective lines.Is there a method to move the 3D model to adapt it at the image in background?At the moment i can only try to setting the position of my 3D model with the Autocad camera and launch the render to control if the position is correct, but it's impossible to find it. I must render my 3D model and put it in my image with Photoshop. Not a great result.Look down here, the…See More
Nov 3

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