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Jimmanator
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Posted: 27th Jul 2011 18:50 Edited at: 29th Jul 2011 21:01
This is my first Post So please notify me if I put it in the wrong place.
It is a Simple non-bulky Object Viewer meant to quickly View Objects And there textures.
It has Adaptive aspect Ratio so you Can resize the Window without screatching the object.
It supports command line so you Can set it to be your default Opener for supported object files.

For gui I used BBB Gui.

Features:
2 view types
Rotate for viewing models like characters and objects
Fps For viewing models like entire levels

Animation Controls:
reset
pause
play
loop
animation speed slider

Appearance Controls:
Set texture
Set Bumpmap
Set Effects
set emissive
set diffuse
set wire frame on/off
set Alpha mapping on/off
ghost object on/off
Object culling on/off

Supports Texture Max images

Object Properties:
Object Overall Size
Object Size xyz
Object Total Frames
Object Current Frame
Object Speed

Options:
set the range of the Animation Bar
Can change the Color of the Backround
Docked tool window (makes the Control window attached to the main window
Set topmost
Black Style

Other Features:
Object Exporting
Command Line
Adaptive Aspect Ratio
Customize-able Windows
Help Files

Low Cpu Usage
when minimized Close to 0 cpu usage

Controls:
You Can use your mouse wheel to zoom
if you have a trackpad then you can use the R & F buttons to zoom

Screenshots are in the next post.

I like any kind of feedback Positive or negative.
Please post me any bugs.

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Jimmanator
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Posted: 27th Jul 2011 20:32 Edited at: 28th Jul 2011 03:33
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Jimmanator
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Posted: 27th Jul 2011 21:18 Edited at: 29th Jul 2011 01:51
screenshot 2

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badlike jesse james
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Posted: 28th Jul 2011 06:55

it is what it says it is, and more.
i love it works good. it is totally what i needed.

ya im bad
Jimmanator
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Posted: 28th Jul 2011 18:57 Edited at: 28th Jul 2011 21:43
Tmx Dialog:

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Super Nova
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Posted: 28th Jul 2011 22:30
I find this to be very useful, it looks very nice and is well put together. The only recommendation I would make is to add the polygon count for the model in the object properties.

"What I have shown you is reality. What you remember, that is the illusion."
Jimmanator
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Posted: 29th Jul 2011 01:57 Edited at: 29th Jul 2011 21:02
Thanks for the feedback.
I updated the download in the first post.
It now has limb count and the poly count of the object as well as fixing it not wanting to close and a small bug fix.
Fixed The mouse getting stuck under windows.
Stormwire
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Posted: 1st Aug 2011 18:34
Amazing little program! Your are a genius Seriously love the gui, very pretty. I have been looking for a program just like this for awhile now. This fits the bill perfectly.
Jimmanator
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 01:28
Thanks glad you like it
Travis Gatlin
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Posted: 11th Aug 2011 19:35
Ah, one of the best model viewers around here i've ever seen! great start for your first post!

My Mind is very odd, it can memorize hundreds of commands, memorize 2 dictionary's worth of words, and make detailed 3D models. Yet my mind has trouble with the most simple calculations.
Jimmanator
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Posted: 12th Aug 2011 16:39
Thanks Travis gatlin I'm glad you like it.

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