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    Architectural Technician
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    New Zealand
  1. I'm just wondering if anyone has or can suggest where I might find some nice render background pictures. I want something fairly universal, you know trees or hillside. Not just sky as the standard VW library has. I guess the best way is to go and take some photos myself but unfortunately that would require a trip out of town and that would not be possible during work hours. The other thing is to get an actual site picture but I don't really want to have to go out to each and every site. Something That could be used in most any occasion would be good. Anyway just a thought. Any help would be appreciated Thanks Denny
  2. I am working with vectorworks on a P4 machine running win xp and print through a linux server to a Canon A6100 Printer. when I print a sheet there is a long delay while ,I presume, the print is spooling. During this period I am unable to work with vectorworks as the "now printing 1 of 1" dialogue box is on screen. This period can at times be up to 10 minutes. It does not appear to be a slow network problem as we are running a 100mbps set up and during this 10 minutes there is a small amount of network activity at the beginning of the print processing, then no activity, then a small amount of activity as the printer begins to print. Anyone have any suggestions. Thanks Denny
  3. Yea the theory is good but some clients need their hands held with anything to do with computers and not all have hi spead internet therefore the download takes some time. would be much easier if windows media player could be used. possibly would be good if I could give them a copy of quicktime on the disk that I gave them. Do you know if there is any copy write issues with doing that.
  4. I am currently going through the process of making short video clips for clients to view on their home pc. I have been able to create suitable clips but vectorworks only seems to create quicktime MOV format. This is good but not all of our clients have quick time to be able to view this format. Is it possible for vectorworks to create video in other formats e.g. MPEG, WMV etc etc??? I have also played around with converting quicktime to other formats but there seems, generally, to be a substantial loss in quality. Any assistance that anyone could give me would be of great help. Thanks


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