AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Multiple cores

Is there a maximum number of cores that Accurender can utilise?

Started by Peter Milner

3 Apr 16
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

AccuRender

Purchased a new subscription to Autodesk. When I logged into Autodesk, it automatically upgraded my version I was using and installed 2021…

Started by Charles Farmer

1 Mar 6
Reply by Rich Hart

Velvet Material

Hi, I am wondering if anyone has suggestions to how to create a decent velvet material (its for curtains).

Started by Brittany Watson

0 Nov 5, 2020

Flecken in Bilder

Ich habe da mal eine Frage: Wenn ich Bilder im Standard Modus rendere, sehen diese sehr gut aus. Wenn ich das gleiche Bild im Hybrid Modus…

Started by Alfons Akamp

4 Sep 25, 2020
Reply by Alfons Akamp

The other two images...

Started by George Ioannidis

0 Aug 10, 2020

Quick renders - customer's bait ;)

Raw model done in Spirit. Transfered into Blender for the rest. If admins think it's not appropriate to post other software's renders, plea…

Started by George Ioannidis

0 Aug 10, 2020

Bricscad

I currently use accurender nxt for AutoCAD but am looking now to get Bricscad. I see there is a nxt render for bricscad. Does anyone know h…

Started by Paul Jackson

6 Jul 23, 2020
Reply by Rich Hart

AutoCAD 2021

Is there a new version of Accurender to work with AutoCAD 2021. I've tried loading my existing version in, but it doesn't work.

Started by Peter Milner

2 Mar 31, 2020
Reply by Peter Milner

most unusual icons

Dear all, please have a look at the attached jpg. Nxt material icons with no preview. This occured after re-installing Auto CAD and nXt. An…

Started by Maciej

7 Mar 18, 2020
Reply by Rich Hart

re-installed

Dear all, I have re-installed my Acad (2013) - Win 7, and previously downloaded nxt-file (arnxt64_0358-RI18, quiet old one...) It used to w…

Started by Maciej

1 Mar 16, 2020
Reply by Rich Hart

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Thanks, I'll check on the first two.  The third is normal behavior-- data conversion stops when the arstudio data is detected.  There is a command to remove the arstudio data which would allow you to start from scratch-- probably not…"
Apr 19
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Two things don't seem to translate from nXt: Procedural bump and orientation of texture in a material.   Also, if a decal is changed using nXt, Studio continues to display the original decal. Editing the decal in the Studio material pallet…"
Apr 19
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"That sorted it - using the Studio camera and then selecting "Get AutoCAD view"."
Apr 19
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Interesting.  ArStudio has its own WalkAbout-like feture, it's the little camera button.  If you do it while the preview is running you should see the view changes automatically in the rendering."
Apr 19
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"I'm having trouble getting the desired view in Studio. I've tried setting the view in nXt walkabout and then using that to set the AutoCAD view. However, when I render from Studio, it gives me something different (see images below)."
Apr 19
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Multiple cores
"There should be an Update Manager in the Start menu.  Grab and install 0267.  If this doesn't work I'll send a link."
Apr 16
Peter Milner replied to Peter Milner's discussion Multiple cores
"Okay. Just tried to install and run ArStudio, but I get this message inside AutoCAD:"
Apr 16
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Multiple cores
"Sort of-- nXt has a hard-coded max of 32 but you get diminishing returns before than point.  If you go beyond 32 they can sometimes be used, depending on the load.  I guess I would still think of 32 as a practical limit. ArStudio should…"
Apr 12

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