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#1 26-Sep-2018 12:40:35

Morbott
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Registered: 24-Mar-2015
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Tutorial Question

Hello, I was going over this tutorial:

https://youtu.be/Ud61umWN39M

Around the 4:17 mark it mentions that we can download the more complex version of this scene. I can't seem to find it. Is there a link?

I have the portable version of OS3D, is it all ready in one of the folders? I tried to follow what you were doing, but stumbled of a few spots. I'd like to take a look at the file and try to reverse engineer it.

I'm new to OpenSpace3D and trying to learn.
Thank you.

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#2 26-Sep-2018 12:57:51

arkeon
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From: Nantes
Registered: 30-Mar-2009
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Re: Tutorial Question

Hello,

all this scenes are in the OpenSpace3D/demos/tutorial folder

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#3 26-Sep-2018 15:28:29

Morbott
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Registered: 24-Mar-2015
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Re: Tutorial Question

Hello Arkeon,
Thank you for your response.
The problem was with my filter... it was only showing "Supported 3D formats" .scene files.
Once I changed that to "All", I could see the other .xos files.

My question then is... what's the difference? Why to two formats?

Thank you

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#4 26-Sep-2018 16:02:53

arkeon
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Re: Tutorial Question

scene files are only 3D scene description from Ogre3D format.
XOS are OpenSpace3D project file with all plugits and modified 3D scene content.

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#5 26-Sep-2018 16:10:56

Morbott
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Re: Tutorial Question

Ahhh... good to know. Thank you.

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