Thursday, April 30, 2009

New version ID29rv

Rich has released a new version of AccuRender nXt for Revit - ID29rv.
  • Added support for Revit Decals, along with a checkbox to turn them off.
  • We now remember the Brightness and other Tone Control settings for each project.
  • Added a refresh button to the Render Dialog, for re-rendering without reloading the geometry after changing settings.
  • Added Help System to Setup dialog.
  • Fixed a bug in the Tree Editor that was keeping it from displaying for some users.
  • Fixed Background setting controls to grey out when not applicable
  • Moved the Statistics button to the new About dialog.
You can Download AccuRender nXt for Revit from: Downloads

Saturday, April 25, 2009

AcciRender nXt for Revit Video Tutorial

I have uploaded the tutorial directly to the blog.
(After it gets here, I can see if blogger.com uploads in high quality)

Play directly from blog

video

Friday, April 17, 2009

Revit Video Tutorials


Our first Video Tutorial for Revit is ready: Revit Rendering

Take a look.

More to follow...

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Special Pricing through the end of April.

The current special pricing of $199.00 per copy of AccuRender nXt for Revit will continue through the end of April, after that the price will go up.

If you are thinking about purchasing AccuRender nXt for Revit, purchase it now and save.

See: Purchases

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

nXt for Revit released for production



AccuRender nXt for Revit - A version of the AccuRender nXt engine has now been released by Render Plus Systems.

We have created an excellent rendering engine for Revit, and we have fixed most of the bugs which our Beta Testers have reported.
AccuRender nXt for Revit is producing good renderings now and has been released for purchase.

AccuRender nXt for Revit is integrated into the Revit Engine and creates better and faster renderings than the renderer which comes with Revit.

We appreciate the work the testers have put into helping us define a product which is useful for the Revit community.

For more information see: AccuRender nXt for Revit
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