ArchVision Viewport for Adobe Photoshop CS6 is now available. Both 32-bit and 64-bit installers are available and can be accessed via the following links: ArchVision Viewport for Adobe Photoshop CS6 32-bit (version 188.8.131.52) ArchVision Viewport for Adobe Photoshop CS6 64-bit (version 184.108.40.206) ArchVision Viewport allows users to easily place RPCs into their Adobe Photoshop scenes.
The holidays are quickly approaching here at ArchVision and greens and reds are everywhere. One more place you’ll find green and red is in the new ArchVision RPC content addition December Plants Additions (2). This collection includes vivacious green flowering shrub , outdoor plant  a small red-leafed plant and outdoor plant , a hearty
The wait is over. V-Ray 2.0 for Autodesk 3ds Max 2013 is now officially available. V-Ray 2.0 license owners can login into www.chaosgroup.com and download it now from the downloads area. This new version features: Support for 3ds Max 2013 Support for motion blur (transformation and deformation) with V-Ray RT and V-Ray RT GPU Optimized
ArchVision Dashboard version 220.127.116.11 is now available. The latest version is delivered via an automatic update that will prompt existing users to upgrade older versions. The latest installer can also be downloaded here: http://www.archvision.com/dashboard The ArchVision Dashboard is the latest member of the ArchVision Content tools. Installed accompanying the ArchVision Content Manager, this tool is
One of the top challenges for developers today is building software that will compliment restrictive corporate firewall and security implementations (software and hardware). Applications want to take advantage of a the dynamic content of the web, while IT Departments want to control what data is going into or coming out of their network. Understandably there
As the Customer Service Manager of ArchVision (for nearly a decade), I am very excited to announce a new channel for customer service interaction. The ArchVision Customer Service channel offers more support options than ever before to keep our users connected to the information that they need to get the most out of their products.
Every few days, we receive a customer submitted project that include unique “new” RPCs. My typical response is: “Cool, that’s a new RPC!” Where do you get these “new” RPCs — you create them yourself! Sure, we have thousands of RPCs available but, sometimes, you or more likely your client want custom content. For years,
If you’ve ever worked on filling a parking lot and had to place content one-by-one, you know the time it takes. The RPC Plug-ins for 3ds Max and AutoCAD solve that dilemma with the Mass Populate feature. It’s an easy-to-use feature which allows you to place RPC Proxies (place holders) and then easily populate them
The Autodesk Exchange in AutoCAD 2012 is now live and features a wide array of add-ons (free & paid): • Plug-ins (yes, the RPC Plug-in for AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, and Civil 3d is in there) • Standalone applications • Content (including RPC People, Tree, Cars & Objects Sample Content) • Books & Training Materials We’re
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr9j-LNQcR4] See an RPC in the ArchVision Dashboard you want to use? Simply select, drag, and drop the RPC into a 3ds Max or AutoCAD scene. By dragging and dropping into your scene it will also by default download to your ACM. Give it a try and let us know what you think.