"Renderplus is running all of the AccuRender platforms now. McNeel still has Flamingo which is the Rhino plugin. Shouldn't be much confusion anymore. These guys are very customer oriented so they should be able to help.…"
"there is a problem, with all these sites, blogs, links here and there for the three flavors of nxt.
this site woks well, but if one seeks for nxt for revit, more than often lands on some sketchup stuff, which is irrelevant(for me) .
not to mention…"
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( email@example.com ) for the full details.
Renderplus is running all of the AccuRender platforms now. McNeel still has Flamingo which is the Rhino plugin. Shouldn't be much confusion anymore. These guys are very customer oriented so they should be able to help. If you don't get a satisfactory answer let me know-- I'll talk to them.
I can't really do anything about the ADT/ACA approach to materials. It's Autodesk that makes this difficult, not me.
The bottom of this page explains how to assign nXt materials to ACA (ADT) components. If it's still not working create a forum post and we'll deal with it. Lots of people have made this method work successfully.
HI GuysThe pipework is generated using an external package. The majority of the pipework renders in nxt, but there are a few pipe spools that disappear. I have had a look at their properties and they appear to be the same. However the pipes do render using the AutoCAD standard render. Your help would be greatly appreciatedKind regardsDavidSee More
"Putting Area lights behind external windows help the overhall ambiance.
Also rendering with no furniture first makes rendering go faster so when ok with the lighting then you can added the furnitures for the final rendering"
"You can experiment with this setting if you want- sometimes 99% works fine and slightly improves performance. Or you can leave it alone-- these heat shutdowns are not really very good for a computer."
"Abracadabra; adjusting 'Maximum Processor State' (in 'Processor Power Management') -so it does not exceed 95% of its capabilities seems to be doing the trick - as Roy pointed out. Thanks!
Will try new thermal compound anyway -…"
"Doesn't that mean that turning your CPU 95% down it will run only at 5% of its full horsepower? Does it mean that the rendering will then run 20X longer than of full CPU throttle? Or did you mean to set the CPU usage to 95%? Are those 5% enough…"