ModelConverter x

#1
Is it possible to get ModelConverter X v1.2 because 1.3 (stable and development) and higher doesn't seem to work on my computer due to Opengl issues. The achieves doesn't work, its gives me an http error page.. So can anyone find a link to download ModelConverter X v1.2 because I am trying to make a scenery.
 

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I'll check, I think it should still be somewhere on the server.

But what kind of graphics card you have that it has so poor OpenGL support?

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#3
Arno, I have Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset (Microsoft Cooperation WDDM 1.1). I know its a poor graphics card, I will get a new computer sometime in future. However, please do find me a link for modelconverter x 1.2. Thank you
 

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What's your OS? On Google I see multiple hit when I Google for OpenGL support of this card. So it might be possible.

MCX 1.2 and 1.3 require the same OpenGL version by the way. Only 1.4 requires the higher OpenGL 2.0 support.
 
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That explains why my laptop can't display the mdl once I upgraded to windows 10. Arno, question can MCX be made to work on either OpenGL or Directx similar to gmax or 3dmax? This would give us options. Just a thought.

Jim
 

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I have no intention to learn Direct besides OpenGL, so the tool will remain OpenGL based.

Honestly the requirement to have OpenGL 1.1 for the simple preview mode and OpenGL 2.0 for the advanced mode is so low that any reasonable video card made in the last 10 years supports it.
 
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Arno, I have Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset (Microsoft Cooperation WDDM 1.1). I know its a poor graphics card, I will get a new computer sometime in future. However, please do find me a link for modelconverter x 1.2. Thank you
Thanks Arno for sending me the link. My OS is Windows 8.1
Hello:

I also had some issues with OpenGL driver support on a laptop under Windows 7 64-bit, and was pleased to find that in spring of 2015 Intel had finally posted updated drivers for my laptop chipset.


You may occasionally wish to see if your chipset has had any updated drivers made available for your laptop via the Intel website:

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/graphics/4m

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/pr...-Mobile-Intel-4-Series-Express-Chipset-Family

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/20046/OpenGL-Support-Web-Link


...or via a 3rd party modified driver:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...s/96cd8ecf-ae75-4295-99a5-7ea2e27d54f5?auth=1

http://www.eightforums.com/graphic-...eries-4-intel-hd-graphics-1st-generation.html

http://laptop-driver.blogspot.com/2014/01/mobile-intelr-4-series-and-intel-hd.html


Hope this helps ! :)

GaryGB
 
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