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"Embedding the 3D web plugin in a web page"

Posted: Fri May 14, 2004 10:59 am
by muad
Hi everybody

What happened to the tutorial about "Embedding the 3D web plugin in a web page" (on blender3d.org)? The link is not broken, but doesn't link to the good page...

Thanx to all of you

Posted: Sun May 16, 2004 5:07 pm
by muad
Hum....ok...that must be normal ....

Example Files

Posted: Tue May 18, 2004 6:17 am
by aether17
I still have a PlugIn Page archived on my site at:
http://home.swbell.net/pannomat/server2/
http://home.swbell.net/pannomat/server2/master01.html
http://home.swbell.net/pannomat/server2 ... en01.blend

It Lists 5 servers, Only the First is still active. The rest are dead links.Worked Great on Windows, No Sound on Linux. Example includes blendfile and html embedded code

I think www.pablosbrain.com has the cab files archived if not somewhere. Anyone working on this ? Guinea Pig availabe . I had high hopes for the plugin and I still do.
Kind Regards
Daniel

Posted: Sat Jul 31, 2004 8:42 am
by bmud
I've read that tutorial a dozen times now. It doesn't do me a bit of good. My blender files just don't load up right, and those that I've seen actually running on the web can't be opened by 2.33a or 2.32 and only with 2.25. So I have reason to believe that there's some sort of publishing detail that's being left out. What are you doing to that blend file BEFORE you get to any html? Specifically, when I go to File > Save, why is that wrong? Maybe making every blender file have the same file extension (.blend) was a dumb idea. Now I'm confused as mess.

Posted: Sat Jul 31, 2004 11:44 am
by z3r0_d
bmud wrote:I've read that tutorial a dozen times now. It doesn't do me a bit of good. My blender files just don't load up right, and those that I've seen actually running on the web can't be opened by 2.33a or 2.32 and only with 2.25. So I have reason to believe that there's some sort of publishing detail that's being left out. What are you doing to that blend file BEFORE you get to any html? Specifically, when I go to File > Save, why is that wrong? Maybe making every blender file have the same file extension (.blend) was a dumb idea. Now I'm confused as mess.
the files that can only be opened with 2.25 are either:
signed, locked, or compressed

in order to open them in 2.33 [or any release 2.26 and later, 2.24 and earlier] you need to un-sign/lock/compress them, and save them again.

do this by:
opening them in blender publisher
going into the file menu, and un-checking [under file options] everything
then saving again [with a new file name if you like]

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2004 1:15 am
by bmud
Is it required that a file be saved as locked xor compressed xor signed to run in the web plugin? I've tried adding many combinations of signing, compressing, and locking, and my .blend file still does not load up properly. The space instead just hangs on the beginning of the technicolor bunny as if the file wasn't found.

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2004 3:21 am
by z3r0_d
bmud wrote:Is it required that a file be saved as locked xor compressed xor signed to run in the web plugin? I've tried adding many combinations of signing, compressing, and locking, and my .blend file still does not load up properly. The space instead just hangs on the beginning of the technicolor bunny as if the file wasn't found.
no, only to make the blender logo and stuff disappear

Posted: Mon Aug 02, 2004 7:03 pm
by bmud

Posted: Tue Aug 03, 2004 1:34 pm
by pildanovak
Just find any page where it works, (on blender3d.org), copy the code and only modify the name....