AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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At 9:28am on January 15, 2015, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

It's sold by renderplus-- here is their purchase page. You may need to contact them to see if it's possible to convert an AutoCAD license.

At 1:09pm on July 13, 2012, Decio Baptistucci said…

Ola Agnaldo, realmente não são todos os arquivos que servem no Autocad, voce tem que garimpar os com extenção 3DS, procure tambem nos seguintes sites:

http:archive 3d.net, e www.3dcadmodel.com.

veja tambem o tutorial do NXT, "Importing Textured Mesh Objects" la voce encontra toda explicação.

 

At 12:52pm on July 12, 2012, Decio Baptistucci said…

Ola Agnaldo, Vi que voce ja tem algumas imagens em 3D de pessoas.

Eu normalmente busco as minhas no site http//www.all3dmodel.com, a maioria é gratis.

O metodo que uso para inserir as pessoas é atravez do comando "insert" do Autocad, caixa 3Dstudio. ou se voce preferir no proprio NXT tem acesso atraves do menu WIDGETS, select Texture Mesh Objects, e adicione o arquivo correspondente á figura que voce quiser, só que estes comandos so servem para arquivos 3DS, ou  OBJ., e não estão acessiveis para versões anteriores a 2007 do Autocad. 

 

At 9:43am on July 5, 2012, Ana Medeiros said…

Oi Aguinaldo,

Desculpe-me se não estiver respondendo pelo canal certo, estou me familiarizando com o site...rs

Trabalho com maquetes há uns 9 ou 10 anos mas não desenvolvi conhecimento suficiente para imagens de auto realismo, apenas o bastante para dar conta da demanda por aqui. Preciso urgentemente aprender essa nova versão do Accurender pois preciso migrar para Win 7 e atualizar os softwares que eu utilizo.

At 4:13pm on June 24, 2012, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

See this discussion.

At 4:41pm on June 10, 2012, Rafael Carlos Benner said…

Primeiro você precisa baixar o plugin para a versão do autocad em ArchVision e instalá-lo. Este entra como uma barra de ferramentas no seu interface com o usuárioAutocad. Você agora através desta interface RPC é inserir o seu. (Essa resposta que recebi de outro usuário, mas achei meio pesado e algumas vezes travava o note, então abandonei, como podes ver em minhas imagens - não há pessoas )

At 3:22pm on June 9, 2012, cristiana miranda said…
Oi Aguinaldo,
fiquei feliz com o teu contato. Só conheço uma pessoa que mexia no Accurender (aliás, foi ele quem me ensinou o pouco que sei), mas agora ele mudou de área... (risos)
eu mexo com a versão antiga.... meu computador e eu ainda não tentamos o NXT. Meu cad é 2007, meu windows XP e estou com medo de mudar para o Seven, e cad 2010 ou superior e não conseguir fazer os renderings (risos)... mas  faço algumas imagens "boazinhas", mesmo assim. Então, acho que por enquanto, não vou poder trocar informações (risos). 
Até,
 
Cristiana Miranda - designer
 
 
 

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Grass Options for nXtRender

A user asked about the different ways to add grass to a model. Below are sample renderings showing 3 different approaches, along with links to download the groundcover and material files used.1. Textured Material - Use a material with a grass texture image.This model was rendered by simply using the textured nXt material call Grass-Rye_Dark.ArMaterial.This material is included with the standard nXt Material Libraries that can be downloaded here:…See More
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