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Synonyms for render

Synonyms for render

to perform according to one's artistic conception

to express in another language, while systematically retaining the original sense

to express the meaning of in other, especially simpler, words

to deliver (an indictment or verdict, for example)

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a substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls

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cause to become

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give something useful or necessary to

give an interpretation or rendition of

make over as a return

give back

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to surrender someone or something to another

coat with plastic or cement

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restate (words) from one language into another language

melt (fat or lard) in order to separate out impurities

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Because NVIDIA Quadro FX hardware rendering capabilities are native to SOFTIMAGE|XSI, artists do not have to render their images separately to see the final results of a change.
The DisplayLink solution is comprised of its Mac OS-compatible Virtual Graphics Card (VGC) software along with Hardware Rendering Engine (HRE) network display chips that are embedded in display devices.
The NIVO solution is comprised of Virtual Graphics Card (VGC) software that runs on a Windows XP host PC and a silicon-based Hardware Rendering Engine (HRE) module that is connected to, or embedded into, a monitor.
PURE is a hardware rendering card for PCs and Macs that simulates the complex physics of the real world.
Today ATI has also announced, along with top-tier DCC application vendors, real-time hardware rendering capabilities on the FireGL line of workstation graphics accelerators using the OpenGL Shading Language and Microsoft DirectX 9 HLSL.
Having the ability to process shaders and procedurals on board the graphics card is the next logical step in hardware rendering.
Alias/Wavefront(TM), an SGI (NYSE:SGI) company, revealed today an innovative new Hardware rendering capability in its recently announced Maya(R) 5 software.
With Maya 5 Hardware rendering, customers can produce broadcast quality images up to 20 times faster than ever before possible.