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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2017, 11:51:31 pm »

Anybody else find this thread a little odd?

Odd?  In what way?  If you mean that "This is the Anim8or Forum, and how dare anyone speak of anything else!", then no.  After all, a handyman has a whole set of tools at his disposal to do his job --- hammers, nails, screwdrivers, wrenches, saws, chisels, wood, metal, torches, wire, twine, glue, duct tape, etc.  He certainly doesn't need all of these tools for each and every task he must accomplish, but it helps to know what each tool is and how it can help him accomplish the task at hand.  And sometimes it's helpful to know if he can substitute one tool for another.

It's no different for 2D or 3D graphics composition.  I would venture that every professional graphics designer or animator does not rely solely on one program. 

And even more importantly, information exchange --- regardless of how relevant it may seem at the time --- helps spawn new ideas.



I appreciate this post, Rudy! I'm a pretty hardcore Cakewalk SONAR and Sibelius user, but every once in a while I crack open Audacity to do some quicker demoing, or MuseScore where I don't have Sibelius installed. It's just different tools that make different types of jobs easier in some cases.
As a musician, I can also attest to this in saying that I wouldn't use an orchestral trombone when playing lead on a big band gig.

They're all just tools!
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #31 on: August 07, 2017, 09:41:32 am »

Hi selden,

Thank you for letting me know about the issues you had with your graphics card.

Try have a look at some of videos on my website, there should be some that shows how to create primitives in your viewport, it is not as simple as activate the create buttons, you will need to define the primitives in your viewport. I am working on a "Get started with Pixie3D" video, that one might help you use Pixie3D. I am hoping I will finish this video and upload it to YouTube at some point this week. I will keep you posted.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #32 on: August 11, 2017, 07:19:53 pm »

Just let you guys know, I have uploaded a 'Get started with Pixie3D' video that hopefully will help you guys.

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Let me know what you guys think.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #33 on: August 12, 2017, 03:20:18 pm »

Download links no work here! :(
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #34 on: August 13, 2017, 07:41:54 am »

Sweet! Nice video and I have started following the development of the modeler. I mostly use another 3d modeler, but I love the simple nature of Pixie3d.
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« Reply #35 on: August 25, 2017, 08:16:00 am »

Sweet! Nice video and I have started following the development of the modeler. I mostly use another 3d modeler, but I love the simple nature of Pixie3d.
Thank you Ippena.

There is a new update available for Pixie3D. This update should sort the vcruntime140.dll issue and a some internal issues as well.

Kind regards,
Soren
« Last Edit: August 25, 2017, 08:18:31 am by Pixie3D »
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #36 on: August 25, 2017, 11:04:58 am »

Sweet! Nice video and I have started following the development of the modeler. I mostly use another 3d modeler, but I love the simple nature of Pixie3d.
Thank you Ippena.

There is a new update available for Pixie3D. This update should sort the vcruntime140.dll issue and a some internal issues as well.

Kind regards,
Soren


No good, still getting the vcruntime140.dll error message and the program fails to start.
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« Reply #37 on: August 25, 2017, 01:14:01 pm »

No good, still getting the vcruntime140.dll error message and the program fails to start.

Thank you for trying again.

Interesting, I tested it on a clean tablet and I did not get the vcruntime140.dll.

However, I have noticed that tablets cannot run the software due to the hardware, are you trying to run Pixie3D on a tablet by any chance?
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« Reply #38 on: August 26, 2017, 10:20:11 am »

No good, still getting the vcruntime140.dll error message and the program fails to start.

Thank you for trying again.

Interesting, I tested it on a clean tablet and I did not get the vcruntime140.dll.

However, I have noticed that tablets cannot run the software due to the hardware, are you trying to run Pixie3D on a tablet by any chance?


  No, I am trying to run it on my desktop PC running Win 8.1.

I will try it on my Laptop running Win10.

Put it on my Laptop and got an immediate error, saying "Failed to Launch Pixie 3d" and shut down.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #39 on: August 26, 2017, 03:24:29 pm »

Thank you for letting me know.

The reason why this error message appears is because it cannot find any entry point for Pixie3D.dll
Could you check if Pixie3D.dll exists in the extracted folder? and that you have extracted all files to the same folder.
Also check if you may have an aggressive anti-virus software which is deleting Pixie3D.dll?
If so make sure you allow Pixie3D to run on your system without any interfering.

I am very interested to know the reason why you have issues with running Pixie3D
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #40 on: August 27, 2017, 08:19:42 am »

Thank you for letting me know.

The reason why this error message appears is because it cannot find any entry point for Pixie3D.dll
Could you check if Pixie3D.dll exists in the extracted folder? and that you have extracted all files to the same folder.
Also check if you may have an aggressive anti-virus software which is deleting Pixie3D.dll?
If so make sure you allow Pixie3D to run on your system without any interfering.

I am very interested to know the reason why you have issues with running Pixie3D

Have you considered setting up a user forum on your own site? It seems to be a bit out of place on another persons forum. I like your software but see it could use more model formats like perhaps 3DS, or even OBJ format. I use another modeling application and would like to see other products like Anim8or and Pixie developed as a replacement for the one I currently use.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #41 on: August 27, 2017, 10:05:53 am »

Thank you for letting me know.

The reason why this error message appears is because it cannot find any entry point for Pixie3D.dll
Could you check if Pixie3D.dll exists in the extracted folder? and that you have extracted all files to the same folder.
Also check if you may have an aggressive anti-virus software which is deleting Pixie3D.dll?
If so make sure you allow Pixie3D to run on your system without any interfering.

I am very interested to know the reason why you have issues with running Pixie3D

I checked the Pixie3D folder that I extracted to the desktop and Pixie3D.Dll is in the folder.
  I also tried it on my wife's laptop running Win 7 and still get the VCOMP140.DLL missing error message and Pixie won't start.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #42 on: August 28, 2017, 08:17:04 am »

Thank you for letting me know.

The reason why this error message appears is because it cannot find any entry point for Pixie3D.dll
Could you check if Pixie3D.dll exists in the extracted folder? and that you have extracted all files to the same folder.
Also check if you may have an aggressive anti-virus software which is deleting Pixie3D.dll?
If so make sure you allow Pixie3D to run on your system without any interfering.

I am very interested to know the reason why you have issues with running Pixie3D

I checked the Pixie3D folder that I extracted to the desktop and Pixie3D.Dll is in the folder.
  I also tried it on my wife's laptop running Win 7 and still get the VCOMP140.DLL missing error message and Pixie won't start.


I have W7 home and Pixie runs just fine so far.
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Re: Pixie3D
« Reply #43 on: August 29, 2017, 10:25:11 am »

Thank you for letting me know.

The reason why this error message appears is because it cannot find any entry point for Pixie3D.dll
Could you check if Pixie3D.dll exists in the extracted folder? and that you have extracted all files to the same folder.
Also check if you may have an aggressive anti-virus software which is deleting Pixie3D.dll?
If so make sure you allow Pixie3D to run on your system without any interfering.

I am very interested to know the reason why you have issues with running Pixie3D

I checked the Pixie3D folder that I extracted to the desktop and Pixie3D.Dll is in the folder.
  I also tried it on my wife's laptop running Win 7 and still get the VCOMP140.DLL missing error message and Pixie won't start.


I have W7 home and Pixie runs just fine so far.

  Think I will just give it a miss..
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