Like to know if purchasing the software Autocad LT 2013 I step to be entitled of enjoying site Autodesk 360 Rendering?
I thank the attention and I'm awaiting a brief return.
I know that you will get a more direct answer but you can dowload and try AutoCAD LT 2013 for 30 days free of charge and a 15 day Autodesk 360 Rendering trial is available as well.
Subscription owners get access to rendering with the Subscription I believe otherwise it is an additional fee to use.
This screen shot is form the hoem page and it does not list that LT or 2D objects can be rendered:
Though how do you want to render 2D objects anyway?
I made the mistake of purchasing the Autocad Revit Suite LT 2013. I was not aware that you can't render with the revit software without some other subscription plus I realized it too late and now they're telling me I'm past the 30 day return. What good is having revit if you can't render? Being new to revit, I was so unaware of the limitations.
I'm sorry your research fell short before you purchased your package. Lesson learned type of thing I guess, that's a hard one. Pricing should have been one big huge clue though my friend since you are comparing a $7000 product (REVIT) to a $1200 product (REVIT LT) or a $1500 bundle (REVIT LT with AutoCAD LT).
For others reading this, the comparison document on the Autodesk REVIT LT site is not hidden and never has been:
Also recommended, the REVIT LT free 30-day trial (plus the REVIT 30-day trial) are also available and not hidden:
Asking REVIT users about each in the REVIT forum is best for detailed questions, whether you are buying a bundle with AutoCAD LT or not:
This is what happens when you don't go with a subscription, just sayin'...
(not to mention instant obsolescence)
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