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LightWave Viewer

Post by TVPaint » 20 Mar 2007, 10:15

Hi folks,
Today TVPaint Devt is releasing the famous plugin which allows direct support for Newtek's LightWave3D®, very useful to enhance surface texture maps using TVPA&AP painting abilities.

Install :
Unzip the file and place the obtained DLL in your Plugin directory.
Then launch the software, RMB on the Custom Panel's button and choose Load a New Toolbar.
Browse into your system in order to select the lwvd.bin file, then press OK.
A new Custom Panel will appear including the button that will allow to launch the plugin.
Have fun !
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Post by cresshead » 22 Mar 2007, 20:30

nice one! :D

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Post by ZEKK » 01 Apr 2007, 12:31

Cool
I work with lightwave and tvpaint.


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excellent

Post by jbardakos » 17 Apr 2007, 20:06

that is excellent..

i was just about to post aquestion concerning this request :-)

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LIghtwave viewer and mac?

Post by cbandla » 16 Nov 2007, 00:02

can the lightwave viewer be used on an intel based mac?

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Post by ematecki » 23 Nov 2007, 13:45

Here it is :)

How to install it ?

Download and unzip the file by double clicking it, this should give you a LWViewer.bundle folder.

Find where you installed TVPA[P], most probably /Applications .

Right click on it's icon (not the icon of a shortcut or the one in the dock), and select "Show package content", this should open a new finder window.

Go into Contents/Resources/Plugins, and copy the LWViewer.bundle there.

That's it, now it appears in TVPA[A]>Window>Plugins.

Enjoy !
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lightwave viewer...

Post by cbandla » 23 Nov 2007, 15:13

Thank you for the quick response making a intel-mac version available! I followed your instructions for installing and can now run it from windows>plug-ins. My new job a Edinboro University of PA has required learing Lightwave and this tool looks like it will be very useful.

Where can I find some instructions for actually using the LW viewer plugin?

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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by masterchief » 30 May 2008, 14:00

I possess the two-part video tutorial that was posted at mirage website... not sure if I should be sharing it... Please advise.


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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 30 May 2008, 14:11

masterchief wrote:I possess the two-part video tutorial that was posted at mirage website... not sure if I should be sharing it... Please advise.


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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by Fabrice » 30 May 2008, 14:23

Paul Fierlinger wrote:
masterchief wrote:I possess the two-part video tutorial that was posted at mirage website... not sure if I should be sharing it... Please advise.


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William
William, I'd think that since TVP bought Mirage, everything connected in the past to this product, its name, its plugins, manual etc., belongs now to TVP with the exception of the Bauhaus forums and the accumulated knowledge base, which is a pity.
We will give you more details as soon as possible. Please be patient.
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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by masterchief » 30 May 2008, 16:23

thank you sir

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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by masterchief » 23 Jun 2008, 12:55

Fabrice...

any update on this issue???

I have 2-part training video for the lightwave viewer plugin... can this be shared with TVP users here???


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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by Fabrice » 23 Jun 2008, 14:25

We are currently trying to increase the size of our website to host several contents (especially TVP Animation 9.0).
I will give you our answer as soon as possible regarding the tutorials ;)
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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by masterchief » 23 Jun 2008, 16:17

I have no problem sharing the files... I just want to make sure that it is permitted.

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Re: LightWave Viewer

Post by jamesl » 03 Sep 2008, 06:10

have these videos been posted yet?

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