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hola el año pasado contrate 3 licencias quisiera saber hasta que version puedo usar sin sin por ahora comprar la actulizacion, osea si tengo que usar solamente hasta la 318 o puedo usar hasta la…Continue

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hola quisiera saber farm para una maquina es gratuito ya que al bajarlo me pide clave, por otra parte quisiera saber de adquirir farm para mas maquinas si el procedimiento es similar al que se…Continue

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hola necesitaria trabajar mas rapido , tengo una maquinaamd x6  2.8 con 4 gb , mi pregunta es:1: como tendria que hacer para poner 2 o 3 maquinas trabajando en red2 : cual es es costo3 : si en todas…Continue

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At 3:27am on May 5, 2011, Alejandro Testa said…

Hola Dario, ¿qué tal?, en mi opinión,  en general las imágenes quedan mejor con la opción de path tracer, sobretodo en interiores, aunque los tiempos de renderizado aumentan.  En mi caso, si dispongo de tiempo suelo renderizar con path tracer... Uso muy poco el messenger pero mi dirección es atesta@cantv.net y siempre estoy interesado en compartir bloques texturas, etc pero lo lógico es que hagamos pedimos específicos cuando uno requiere algo.  Saludos

At 9:26am on December 23, 2010, Alejandro Testa said…

Hola Dario, primero verifica que tengas el plugin correspondiente a tu versión de Autocad, en teoría si todo esta bien debe aparecer un nueva barra de herramientas de rpc dentro de Autocad, recuerda que ahora el plugin es para Autocad no para Accurender especificamente, y alli escojes el rpc  y lo insertas tal y como si fuera un bloque. Puedes escribir en la línea de comando rpcplace y debe aparecer el menu gráfico para escojer el rpc, si esto no ocurre algo esta pasando.

 

At 5:11am on December 23, 2010, Alejandro Testa said…

Hola dario, te anexo la información del help, si se pueden usar los RPC pero debes bajar  el plugin correspondiente.

 

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Using ArchVision RPC

RPCs® are image-based “entourage” objects which can be inserted into your drawing and rendered. Popular RPC objects include people, cars, and plants. Some RPCs are 2D “cutout”
objects which automatically orient themselves to a view. Others are 3D
textured models.

In order to use ArchVision RPCs in nXt you must download and install the plugin for Autodesk AutoCAD / AutoCAD Architecture from ArchVision's website.
Be sure to install the version of the plugin which most closely
corresponds to your version of AutoCAD or ACA. The plugin provides an
interface within AutoCAD for downloading, inserting, and editing
content.

Additional Notes

  • Always use the RPC's “Cast Reflections” switch when working in nXt.
  • A “post-process” plugin is also available for Adobe Photoshop®. Since RPCs are prelit, better results can often be obtained by inserting them into finished renderings.
  • Piranesi® also offers direct support for RPCs
  • RPCs inserted into AutoCAD also work properly with the AutoCAD native _RENDER command.
 
 
 

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