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3D model creation and prototyping from mere images - for 3D content
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Alternate plugin to Create an
If you're using PD
Pro (3, 4) under the 64-bit version of Windows Vista, there's a chance
you may have run into a problem when creating a new animation.
Typically, if you select
menu: Animation > Create...
the program could exit with error code 6 (Overflow) or error coe 11
(divide by zero).
At the time of this writing we haven't determined yet what and where
that's happening, but we found something that may be a workable
solution as a workaround.
Of course, you can create an animation in other ways, such as by
loading an existing one (menu: Animation> Load sequence).and adding
blank frames to it.from the Animation toolbar, or loading a Spritesheet
and converting it to an animation, or loading an AVI file, to name a
Below is a plugin built without optimizations so it has a better chance
of working in 64-bit OSes too.
This plugin lets you create a new animation in very similar ways to the
built-in approach found in PD Pro. But it runs as a separate plugin,
and if it crashes, that's it, the main program, PD Pro's "mothership"
should remain unaffected (in theory anyways ;-)
We've thrown in a few more features too, as described below.
Here's the plugin, get it now:
Don't 'Open' the file from the Link. Instead, Save it.
You can save it into the PD Pro installation folder, typically:
C:\Program Files\Project Dogwaffle Professional
by default - if that's where you installed yours, assuming PD Pro 4 full
installer was used. If you have PD Pro 3, or upgraded from PD Pro 3 to
4, yours might typically be in the PD Pro folder:
C:\Program Files\PD Pro
If you had problems with installation under Vista because of UAC,
perhaps you installed into 'My Programs' instead of 'Program Files'.
Wherever your copy of Dogwaffle lives, put the above plugin into that
folder. It will be amongst many other executables and many more other
files in that folder. Many other plugins's filenames there also end
those are the plugins from the 'Misc' category. (i.e. miscellaneous
plugins as opposed to Brush plugins, Filters, Import, Export,...) where
all plugin files ending with
_pm.exe will appear.