AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

We posted a new version to fix a problem that was causing crashes with certain drawings.

This new version can be downloaded here:

nXtRender for AutoCAD - 32 bit - Version: 0345-NJ10:

http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/nXtRender/arnxt_0345-NJ10.exe

nXtRender for AutoCAD - 64 bit - Version: 0345-NJ10:
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/nXtRender/arnxt64_0345-NJ10.exe

I tested this new version with of the drawing sent to me that were having trouble with the last version that we posted, version 0344, and they rendered for me without any problems.

Please try this version if you were having any problems with the last version posted.

Thank you.

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Rich, any significant amendments?  

... Because I have re-installed NI15 few days ago... :)

The new 0345 rendering engine  has the fix for Decals with reflection when using the render farm.

It also has a fix where the Hybrid engine interior simulation direct sunlight soft shadows was not resolving properly.

 

I'will try again, thanks.

Thank you.

Thanks for the fixes, but when do we get to things like animated RPC along a path.

Ich habe die neue Version auch herunter geladen und installiert. Soweit so gut.

Was mir aber aufgefallen ist, ist die Tatsache, das die Bilder in der Standard Engine jetzt auch total pixelig sind. Why?

In der alten Version 337 waren die Bilder in der Standard Engine schön glatt und nicht pixelig.

Alfons

345 so far no problem....! is fast and better resolution... i include a render made in hybrid 370 passes.... very good

345... thanks

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370 Passes für ein einzelnes Bild ist in Ordnung.

Aber was macht man, wenn man eine Animation rechnet mit 500 Bildern und jedes Bild 370 passes hat? Das dauert dann ja ewig lange.

Wird AR5 denn auch mal schneller was Rendering angeht?

dont understand..

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