Why Is Getting Started with AccuRender nXt for Revit Not Updated?
It makes using it difficult at best.
I last used Accurender 4 with AutoCad 2010 and AccuRender nXt for Revit 2010
I found it a better renderer than Revit's inbuilt renderer. And have heard it is now not only better but also faster. I currently use Revit 2018 and Revit 2020 and have downloaded the trial version but the Getting Started page still makes reference to Revit 2009 and 2013.
I can't get my Principal interested in the software because he is convinced that it is not adequately supported.
We are behind on updating the nXtRender for Revit documentation, for which we apologize. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific questions you have about the latest version and you'll always receive a response. I think you'll find we provide excellent support, so your Principal needn't be concerned.