Form a user:I'm facing some problems while trying to render background image. It is either too dark or too bright.It is is a simple background image for the rendering, not an HDRi sky, you can set…Continue
From a user:I have found that using the default render settings make windows reflective and I can't find a tutorial on how to set up to render windows that are transparent with just a touch of…Continue
From a user:I received this Error message while running IRender_nXt Version: PH26nxtError: AVI_movie_file is not openIt might be hard to figure out why you are getting this error, unless you are…Continue
"I assume that you are asking about views saved with the IRender nXt View Wizard?
These views are saved in the your APPDATA folder, in a folder named something like:
C:\Users\[Your User Name]\AppData\Roaming\RPS\Saved Views
You could simply copy that…"
"The rendering window has a button on the toolbar to toggle between filling the window with the rendered image and showing the image in 1:1 mode.
We did change the default to be the "Fill Window" mode some time ago, since the…"
"We posted a new version of IRender nXt and our other plugins that were affected by the image size restriction.
Our plugins will all now work with larger images, like the one that you sent us.
Please install the latest version from our downloads page…"
"The problem is the size of the image. If I save the logo image as an image that is only 9000 pixels wide, and use that as the texture instead of your original logo image, then it renders as expected.
Currently we skip images that are larger…"
"Can you send us a small model to try to reproduce this? Along with the image file for your logo?
You can use this link, if the files are too large to simply email to us.
"My laptop fan sometimes gets really loud when rendering also, but I've had the computer overheat.
IRender nXt just uses the CPU, so the computer has to try to keep it cool during processing.
It might help keep things cool if you set…"
"The rendering window always stretches or shrinks the rendering to the size of the rendering window, so you can see the whole image display as it's rendering.
You can then use this button to toggle between the the resized view or the actual 1:1…"