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Offline Danny

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Re: NWDA SELECT SIX 360 GALLERY
« Reply #15 on: August 11, 2017, 03:21:39 PM »
I look forward to it bud

Can you post a link to the page with the requirements and upload please...I see nada at NWDA...got some ideas in the mill now

The requirements are at the top of this thread

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Re: NWDA SELECT SIX 360 GALLERY
« Reply #16 on: August 11, 2017, 06:20:41 PM »


The requirements are at the top of this thread


D'oh, just forgot where I saw it. Just finished a WIP and it took 10 hours at 3200x1600 MpDetail .4  AA6 so it will be an eventual 24 hr render I figger; even on this new machine which is only marginally faster than the old Dell based on comparison renders I've done.
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Re: NWDA SELECT SIX 360 GALLERY
« Reply #17 on: August 12, 2017, 08:24:28 PM »
Sorry for the not so swift response, Bobby and Danny. Thank you both for the info; the spherical render is not an option because this version , though it has a spherical camera, only produces a black render that goes on and on and on and doesn't stop.
I tried the software I remember I used for the Planetside VR challenge, Pano2VR, but don't know how to upload the resulting SWF file in such a way anyone can view it. Here I can open it in a browser and get a panoramic view, wonder if this happens too if I upload the .SWF file to this site. Also the resulting view sure does show cube sides but that could be a result of the low quality of the test renders. I'll upload it here so we'll see. this type of file is not allowed here, bummer.
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