AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Comment by Roy Hirshkowitz on July 17, 2011 at 7:37am
It's only available online.  You need to download and install the product from the website.  Follow the instructions to purchase a license (a credit card is required.)  You can also download additional content such as materials and trees from the website.
Comment by Jamal Yaqoob Bhatti on July 17, 2011 at 3:18am

Hello Dear

 

I want to buy Accurender NXT full CD, where i buy, please send me the mail address. Thanks

Comment by George Ioannidis on July 10, 2011 at 11:01am
Type appload command and select AccuRender nXt_18_64.arx from main accurender subfolder (in Program files) and load it. You can put it in the Startup suite so it will load every time you start ACAD. I don't know how the corresponding file is named for 32bit system though (maybe something like AccuRender nXt_18_32.arx I suppose)
Comment by Jimoh Tajudeen on July 10, 2011 at 9:21am
please somebody should help me, after installing Accurender nxt, the command nxt does not open Accurender when i am trying to use it with AutoCad 2007. Please help.
Comment by Jimoh Tajudeen on July 10, 2011 at 9:20am
please somebody should help me, after installing Accurender nxt, the command nxt does not open Accurender when i tried it with AutoCad 2007. Please help.

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Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Invisible light source
"Those shaders only work with the basic rendering engine. I only ever use Path Tracer or Hybrid."
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mike makki replied to Peter Milner's discussion Invisible light source
"I do not get why roy did get this material  - shader - no light source or reflection"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"If they're behind a diffuser-- yep-- modeling the diffuser as a light source will get you most of the way there.  The type of lighting that a lot of folks are using, though, is these exposed 3M lighting strips.  They resemble…"
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Jan Verzelen replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"okay, but why should one try to draw each separate light source? As you mentioned before, most of the time these are behind a diffuse cover. "
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"It works pretty well for this-- where the surfaces are diffuse.  Peter's got a more reflective surface which probably would show reflections of the individual light sources in the roll.  It's an interesting problem (and an actual…"
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Jan Verzelen replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"this s what i get when trying to simulate led strips. i used rectangular hidden and visible area lights with the path tracer."
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Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"I'll give it a whirl tomorrow."
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Hidden lighting
"Yep-- these sometimes do exhibit discreet reflections.  Does the hybrid engine do any better with these? "
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