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At 10:07pm on August 22, 2017, Aguinaldo Marinho said…

Como fazer para mexer na altura H. 

E na abertura A.

At 9:05pm on August 22, 2017, Aguinaldo Marinho said…

Quando fiz esta Imagem, queria usar um SPOT. Mas não consegui. 

Nas configurações não encontro a maneira de apontar na direção desejada e o fechamento do foco.

At 8:52pm on August 22, 2017, Aguinaldo Marinho said…

Gostaria de saber como usar Spot.

No AR4 agente inseria o ponto inicial, mirava na direção desejada, indicava a altura do Spot e indicava a altura que iria iluminar e a abertura da lente.

Agora só vejo a seleção de área, num círculo ou retângulo.

At 9:03am on April 15, 2015, Emmanuel Joseph Omorodion said…

you re already operating on a level we are wishing to catch up with! welldone bro!

At 4:31am on July 23, 2013, kaseem said…

please how can you help me to get rpc content like cars and flower

At 6:56am on February 24, 2012, Mattos said…

Olá Akinlolu, porque minhas plantas e vegetações em alguns arquivos ficam gigantes, e em alguns ficam normal, onde  acerto as escalas , no DWG ou no NXT antes de  add as plantas.?

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At 12:35pm on January 10, 2012, Mattos said…

Olá Akinlolu, como faço para  instalar o pluguin para  RPCs, e onde encontrar, pode me ajudar?

At 2:03pm on December 14, 2011, Mattos said…

Olá, pode me explicar porque q os arquivos baixados do evermotion no site, não aceitão texturas, e renderizam somente em cinza?

At 3:22am on April 29, 2011, Alejandro Testa said…
Hi Akin. Here is the lighting infoEsquema%20de%20luces%20exterior%20.nxtLighting
At 5:29am on April 12, 2011, Sampdoria said…

Hey dude

 

Please find attached Night View, altered like you had mentioned. Please note, I removed textures which belong to the firm but the Settings are identical to what I had set before hitting render.

 

regardsNight%20View%20Samp.rar

At 2:22pm on January 26, 2011, Alejandro Testa said…
Hi Akin, are you using the farm for your work?
At 4:28am on October 30, 2010, AMBELORUN SANMI said…
hello bro thanks for your reply, well i'm new with accurender and i which i could know more of it.
At 6:47pm on October 4, 2010, Jessesn Chen said…
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Sorry for delay!
At 5:45am on September 28, 2010, UMAR ALIYU said…
GOOD AFTERNOON SIRE!
At 5:42pm on September 22, 2010, Alejandro Testa said…
Hi Akin, I downloaded some of the RPC from Archivision, buT I an having a problem because when I render any of the appear a problem with the physical scale, and any of them render as a big array of small images of the same RPC. I will continue trying to solve this issue . I already configure my units to meters.
At 1:47pm on September 21, 2010, Alejandro Testa said…
Where do you get that big collection of RPC?
At 4:26pm on September 13, 2010, Yinka Gbotosho said…
Thanks for you confidence in me Akin. I will try and do something about your suggestion very soon. I have been very busy on numerous sites lately and therefore had less time doing renderings on the PC. I am however doing some interesting research and experimentation with multiple software. I will post results soon. Regards.
At 1:04pm on September 12, 2010, Yinka Gbotosho said…
Thanks Akin.

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