Nexture requires an NVIDIA® GPU card with CUDA Compute Capability 3.5 or higher. See NVIDIA documentation for a list of supported GPUs.
We officially support the following operating systems (OS) in 64 bits versions:
- Windows 10
- Windows 7
- CentOS 7
- RHEL 7
If your platform is not supported, please contact us at [email protected].
We can provide virtual machines or regular pre-configured desktops machines.
Third-party required software
Please install the following software to use Nexture:
- CUDA® Toolkit 9.0 + patch
- Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable x64 for Visual Studio 2015 (Windows only - sometimes not required, but best to install anyway)
- Inkscape (free and open-source) (for SVG masks workflow).
- Notepad++ or similar to edit configuration files
Installing Nexture (Unix)
To install Nexture on Unix platform, run the commands below by replacing
<filename> with the name of the nexture archive you've downloaded:
mkdir nexture tar -xzf <filename> -C nexture cd nexture sudo sh installer.sh
sudo sh installer.sh commands launches a simple script that decompresses the application into
/usr/share/cronobo/nexture and creates a symbolic link to
Then, check the installation by running:
Installing Nexture (Windows)
Launch the installer and follow the steps.
Once completed, the Nexture program can be started from any terminal.
The command to invoke it is
See the list of available subcommands.
After installation, please open a terminal (don't know how ? see here) and run the
nxt command that invokes Nexture:
Nexture will perform a series of checks to ensure your installation is healthy. If the check is successful, you're all set.
If you have any issue, please contact us at [email protected].