Please download and view my presentation

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    Please download and view my presentation

    I would like you people to view my presentation, send me questions, comments, constructive criticisms or credit card numbers. It is about 7.58MB.
    I wrote it with OpenGL but it is not a game, it is more along the lines of a screen saver, that is why I posted it here in the general discussions forum.

    http://vc.flashstyle.org/carlos/Skills%20Night.zip


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    oh and make sure ur sound is on

    The song is bioluminescense (sp?) by one of my favorite bands called Silvercord

    www.mp3.com/silvercord
    Last edited by Shadow12345; 11-04-2002 at 12:17 PM.

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    Unhappy

    I guess no one has downloaded my presentation

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    >It is about 7.58MB.

    This is probably why no one downloaded it.


    >I wrote it with OpenGL

    Can I run it in Windows?

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    I get 404ed.

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    Appears to be renamed Presentation(1).zip

    I will let you know what I think after it gets done downloading.

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    > Appears to be renamed Presentation(1).zip
    That's what it was like for me also.

    Good job on the presentation!
    I liked the space bit, felt...timeless.

    >> It is about 7.58MB.
    > This is probably why no one downloaded it.
    According to my snapshot, this isn't a problem for me.
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    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Talking

    >According to my snapshot, this isn't a problem for me.

    Nor me. But it will be for all yous peseants with dial-up. Ha!

    Seriously, looks good Shadow. I'm suitably impressed.

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    Awesome. Did anyone else here get 404ed? There is a single bitmap which is 3.0mb, and I cannot make it smaller otherwise it does not work! Plus the song alone is 6megs, and then there is the actual executable, the library and dll.

    The program is written to run specifically under windows.

    I renamed it to skills night

    Sorry for the inconveniences.
    Last edited by Shadow12345; 11-04-2002 at 12:18 PM.

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    Borks under wine (because of non configured direct sound output I think).

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    >Plus the song alone is 6megs

    Here's an appropriate midi for your presentation. You could use it for an internet distro of your presentation.

    Not as good as you current music, but it's only a few KB.
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    OS: Windows XP
    Compilers: MinGW (Code::Blocks), BCB 5

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    > Here's an appropriate midi for your presentation.
    Mmmm, not to nit pick Davros, but, I don't think that's a really "wonderful" idea. I mean, what if somebody doesn't have a wavetable sound card, or a wavetable emulator? MIDI files really sound like crud then. Yamaha's XG player works perfectly*weeps* with MIDI files, but, it doesn't seem to want to cooperate with XP. (IE: It won't install!)
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    >I don't think that's a really "wonderful" idea

    Was only trying to be helpful. 6MB v 6KB, what do you expect?
    OS: Windows XP
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    Well what is more important than anything is the fact that I need to learn how to use Milkshape or some other program and make REAL models and texture them. That satellite is wireframe because only half of it is getting drawn. That is because I used worldcraft .map files to load the coordinates, however .map files do NOT use coordinates per se, they actually store vectors, and I guess they find the coordinates of the intersection of these vectors.

    Whew!

    Anyway, could you guys even tell that was a satellite?

    lol!

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