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I have two questions about the PhotoRender Add-on.

The first deals with Alibre vs Alibre Pro.  Alibre Pro comes with Photorender, FEA, and CAM.  I don't need the FEA or CAM.  Well, I do but I don't want Algor or VisualMill so there is no reason to pay for it.  Based on the Alibre website, it appears that I can buy Photorender separately, but it gives no price.  Can someone verify that I can buy this add-on separately and what the price of the add-on is?

The second deals with LightWorks.
To my understanding, Lightworks is OpenGL based rendering, not DirectX like Alibre.  Is this true?  If so, that makes the determination if I should save on the graphics card by going consumer level or if I should pay for the CAD level card.

--Scott

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