Ok, guys. PLEASE! If you are not going to answer this post seriously, Click the 'BACK' key in the top left corner of your screen |\| () \/\/ !!!
ALSO! If you have never used 3D Studio Max do likewise!
This is the FIFTH time I have asked this question and nobody has given me a proper answer yet! So please excuse the stress levels!
I have the following...
-A GeForce 4 Ti4200 128 MB
-A copy of 3D Studio Max 5
My GeForce 4 supports REAL TIME RENDERING!
When I use 3D Studio Max and want to render something I click the button with the pretty little picture of a teapot on it.
Then, a little window comes up with a black box on it.
THEN, a horizontal white line starts moving slowly down the black box, and draws my pretty picures onto the black box.
NOW! I am under the impression that REAL TIME RENDERING makes that nice white line thingy move REALLY REALLY FAST! Am I correct? IF SO! What the hell do I need to do to make the white line move really really fast? Is there a patch? A plugin? I am running it under D3D and not OpenGL or Software drivers (although I have tried!)
Somebody PLEASE HELP!!!