AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Roy, All...

Upgraded to new computer and software...Win 10, ACAD Architect 2017, nXt 1.0.358...

Working on new rendering/dwg file, starting with one done last year. Previously working imported 3DS objects (people) are weirding out...putting materials in the wrong locations (see attached.)

Thought I'd start from scratch...new file. ACAD...nXT...add textured mesh object...select...select location...pick...crash (see attached for ACAD error message).

Next...copied the previously used 3DS people to a new ACAD drawing...materials in wrong locations (see attached dwg and image).

TLDR - New hardware and software...textured meshes used to work and now don't.

Ideas?

Thanks,

John

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I'll see if I can track these problems down.

Thanks Rich...Let us know.

I posted a new version where Importing 3DS files is working again, and your sampel drawing People.dwg is rendering correctly in the latest versions of AutoCAD.

I tested this in in AutoCAD versions 2015 through 2018, 64 and 32 bit.

http://renderplus.com/wp2/download/?product=nXtRender%20for%20AutoCAD

Don't know how you do it....but you did it! It works...

Thanks Rich!

John

Great! Let us know if you find anythng else that needs attention.

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