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The Ultimate Toolkit for Game Developers

deepMesh gives you a full set of game development tools, from modeling, to texturing, animation, and lighting, all in one software app.

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What are people saying about deepMesh

Eddie Tex I'm intrigued by this app but I'm an newbie to this area, so I'm not even positive of what I'm asking... but does this application provide the ability to animate the created models and to be able to view a rendering of that animation... or is this strictly for modeling purposes meant to be imported into an external application or gaming engine?
Nov 8 2011 at 12:52am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support Hi Eddie, while deepMesh is primarily aimed at creating 3D models for games and real-time applications, you can easily export your models to over 20 formats, including luxrender. This means that you can do pretty much anything you like with the finished result, be it a pre-rendered animation, or a character for a game.

You can export to a format that will be recognised by many other 3D applications, while being easier to use than the alternatives, so for animated 3D rendering, you could export to luxrender format, or .3ds for example, depending on which renderer you use.

Most people already using deepMesh tend to be game developers who want to make assets quickly themselves, without having to pay an artist - but the tools provided can also be used to create logos, box-shots, characters, environments or anything you like.
Innesoft - Nov 8 2011 at 9:59am Copy Link
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Eddie Tex Thanks for the thorough response. This application is definitely out of my woods as I'm not a game developer, but I have development background and have a potential interest in children's games perhaps in the future.
Nov 8 2011 at 10:52am Copy Link
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Ansel Taft I am a designer and intrigued by one of the screenshots on your site: the one with the text in the scene. How much overkill would it be to use this app simply for 3D text / logo modeling? Are there any tutorials in that direction in your 50-topic manual?

Thanks!
Nov 8 2011 at 3:13pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support Hi Ansel, The 3D text support is one of many tools available, but using it is no more complex than you'd expect from a stand-alone 3D text app. You can create 3D text in roughly 3 clicks of a mouse (1. choose a font, 2. write some text, 3. apply) so it's not really overkill.. it just means there are extra tools you might not need to use.

The online manual can be found on the main site, and covers most topics in depth, but adding 3D text is so simple, it's only covered briefly. Of course, if you get stuck, 24-hour support is available by email - we'll walk you through any steps you need to get started, and the full version comes with an offline version of the manual.
Innesoft - Nov 8 2011 at 3:26pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Is this Toolkit compatible to 3DGameStudio - I currently own version A7 -, i.e. can it import and export these files (without loss)?

Is there a list of the 50 step-by-step tutorial-topics, included in this package?
Nov 8 2011 at 10:18pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Michael R, I'm not sure which model formats 3DGameStudio supports, but deepMesh exports to most common formats, and these exports are continually updated for better support.

A list of currently supported formats can be found at: http://deepmesh.innesoft....ormats.htm

You can read the entire manual online here..
http://deepmesh.innesoft.com/help/

Also, there are free updates for life, so if you ever want a format adding, a quick email request is usually enough to see it in the next version. Most new features are user suggested, v1.3 was released with Collada (.dae) exports after an email request.
Innesoft - Nov 8 2011 at 11:18pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Hello and thanks for the quick answer.

3DGameStudio (web-address: www.3DGameStudio.com) is a complete GameDevelopment-Studio with a world-editor, a model-editor, an editor and a compiler. I'm quite sure

The wold-editor has extentions .wmp, .$$n, .map and the model-editor .mdl (Mdl7/Mdl5-File). I suppose these are proprietary formats.

I've bought a higher version of 3DGameStudio some years ago and like it, but just have played around with it some time and don't use it regularily. So I'm quite a newbie.

So I'm wondering if it makes sense to have an additional model-editor, if deepMesh is better than 3DGameStudio's model-editor and if the import/export-process is lossless, so it would be possible to switch between the editors... (Perhaps also a more experienced user can say something about this...)
Nov 9 2011 at 2:13pm Copy Link
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Sebastian Warmuz BUY now does not work properly. It' is comming with a RRP.
Nov 10 2011 at 2:56am Copy Link
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Dan P Whenever I install the deepMesh demo on my Windows 7 64 bit system the program states that MSVCR100.dll is missing and to reinstall to fix the problem. The demo will not work.
Nov 10 2011 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Christina Reuter Question for Developer

I am not a game developer but I use DAZ3D and iClone to produce stunning video clips and animated elements for web sites.

My question is: Can I import assets from DAZ and/ or iClone into deepMesh? The lack of asset compatibility is a pain when using multiple animation software.
Nov 10 2011 at 4:10am Copy Link
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James Snead Are there size limits on importing 3ds files into the demo version on Windows 7 x64? Small models appear to import, but the package crashes with larger models. I'm trying to test compatabilty with importing existing models as a starting point for additional work.
Nov 10 2011 at 6:28am Copy Link
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Thomas Barber @Christina - As far as DAZ 3D Studio (version 4), it can export and import Collada files. It appears deepMesh can import and export Collada files as well, but only supports static meshes and materials as per the file format link posted earlier. This means that animations you have applied to a model will not survive the import/export to deepMesh. If you are only interested in creating static objects and applying materials to them in deepMesh, then exporting them to DAZ 3D Studio for animation and rendering, then yes, deepMesh appears to be able to do that.
Nov 10 2011 at 9:24am Copy Link
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David Reece @Dan Panke, To fix the MSVCR100.dll error, run the vcredist_x86.exe file in the program folder, or download it from microsoft..

http://www.microsoft.com/...px?id=5555

@Sebastian, The discount applies to US dollars only, so set the currency to US dollars on the buy now page to get the discount.
Nov 10 2011 at 10:00am Copy Link
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Amon Bigge Hi,
!!!!!!the buybutton OR discountcode does NOT function correctly!!!!!!!!!!

The €price is higher than the $amount:
deepMesh v1.3 Full Version 45.00 €

OR do you NOT like european customers (black humor)?
Nov 11 2011 at 5:36am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Amon

This promotion is expired and no longer available.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 11 2011 at 8:39am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Amon, on the contrary - we love european customers! Sorry you missed the deal, but I'd be glad to let you know if we run any future promotions on it.

Contact: support@innesoft.com
Innesoft - Nov 11 2011 at 12:08pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support Ok you asked for it, so we've extended this promotion to 70% off until xmas day! Only bitsdujour could squeeze such a huge discount out of us, so make the most of it! ;)

You will also get lifetime support and free updates, so there's really no excuse not to grab a copy while it's so rediculously cheap.

p.s: deepMesh v1.4 is just around the corner with some huge improvements. Buy yourself v1.3 for xmas, and we'll send you the free upgrade in the new year!
Innesoft - Dec 12 2011 at 11:13pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Please note that Innesoft's base price will appear as $24.99 as they're discounting it on their website too - BUT our discount get's the full 70% Off. Both discounts end at Xmas.
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 15 2011 at 6:47am Copy Link
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Wayne Minett When I click on "Buy Now", the Innesoft shopping page offers me a $17.70 discount, for a final price of $41.30 instead of $17.49 as advertised.
Dec 26 2011 at 4:11am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Wayne The 70% off discount was available until Christmas day and is now replaced by a smaller 30% discount which is currently reflected in this promotion page.

We were aware of this but we missed updating the correct prices by a few hours after the old discount was no longer available. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 26 2011 at 4:14am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Wayne, sorry for the confusion - as constantin said above, the 70% discount ended on xmas day, and is now a 30% discount.
Innesoft - Dec 26 2011 at 4:25am Copy Link
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Bob Watson Apparently, this discount is no longer valid.
I tried to purchase on Friday 6 April 2012 but received the following error message:
"The discount code you provided has expired. (It expired on Thursday, April 5, 2012). Your order was not processed."
Apr 6 2012 at 7:54am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support Hi Bob, sorry we broke it - in the rush to launch the new version v1.4 update, we accidentally (and temporarily) blew up the discount codes.

It's all fixed now - give it another try.
Innesoft - Apr 6 2012 at 1:35pm Copy Link
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J Kan great software writen in purebasic. amazing.
Apr 15 2012 at 10:58am Copy Link
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Arif Noerman I'm still new in 3D gaming, done some research long time ago but never heard about deepMesh before. Do deepMesh have some awards or any recognition?
Apr 15 2012 at 10:58am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Arif, not sure what kind of awards you mean - just about every download site has given it an award, but those are pretty meaningless (to us), so we don't put them on the site. A few minutes on google should bring up reviews and general banter about deepMesh.

We started offering users a chance to write feedback when they fill in the form for free updates, and the feedback has been very positive. Have a look at the 'Testimonials' tab on the right -- as these are all taken from deepMesh users.
Innesoft - Apr 15 2012 at 11:21am Copy Link
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Arif Noerman Sorry for my newbie question before. Yes googling it for few minutes solve my curiosity, it really powerful compared to any 3d freebies I tried before.

And just like anyone else I interested in 3D Gaming because the free Unity3D engine, how will deepMesh support it now and on the future?

When this offer will be avail, since I do need to spare some cash. I believe deepMesh a really great investment since it have lifetime update and it keep developed.

Can I buy now (when avail) and using it few month after, since I don't do gaming right now and I still using old PC.

Thanks.
Apr 16 2012 at 8:07am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Arif, not at all - these are good questions!

Unity3D is becoming a really popular engine, so supporting it in future versions is high on the list - with dM's improved collada support, and planned .fbx support in the next update, deepMesh is becoming useful for many more engines with each new version.

This offer is available for one day only - but once you buy it, you can use it whenever, and get free updates forever.
Innesoft - Apr 16 2012 at 9:52am Copy Link
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Michael R. Is it possible to create a world from within a higher programming language, like C++, e.g. generate a maze and let the user walk around in it?
Apr 16 2012 at 10:30pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Michael R, you can create anything you like in deepMesh and load it into any language or engine.

deepMesh is a 3D modeller aimed at game developers (primarily c++ / Irrlicht, Ogre - but any language or engine can be used to load the many model formats supported).

deepMesh can build 3D characters, vehicles, logos or entire worlds. What you do with your creation depends on your chosen language/api.
Innesoft - Apr 16 2012 at 11:34pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Thanks for the quick answer.

But what I meant was something else. Suppose I want to create a random (instead a fixed) maze within C++, i.e. after having calculated it in C++, I would have it to be generated automatically, i.e. not by hand, with a 3D modelling tool.

In it's simplest form it would just consist of space and walls...

So, is it possible to create a 3D-model (maze) from a given (program-generated) text-file (e.g. a script)?
Apr 17 2012 at 11:49pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @Michael - yes, as of this version, you can write scripts using deepScript, which is included with an IDE inside the deepMesh editor. You could use it to write a script to generate a maze, then export the result to any of the supported formats.
Innesoft - Apr 18 2012 at 12:05am Copy Link
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Brian H I don't know much about 3D game development, but I do currently enjoy working with 3D text and graphics, so making the jump/transition to 3D game development would be a logical step for me, at some point. What I DO know a lot about is customer service, and I have to say that this vendor/developer gets an A++ from me on every level, after reading his replies to other shopper's questions. Not only is he refreshingly straight-on honest (yes, every software developer it seems really does give themselves awards [eyes roll], making it more difficult for consumers to actually know which ones are legit, or not); but also the fact that he very generously allows program installation to ALL owned computers, and the icing on the cake of this deal are the free upgrades for the lifetime of the product! So I am impressed, and definitely "in" for "deepMesh"! BDJ- keep more vendors like this one coming! Well done. :-) -Brian
Apr 18 2012 at 12:29am Copy Link
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Roberto i hope to see tutorials soon.

i just joined this deal... and my 3d expertise is previous to 3D Monster Maze from the zx81 :D
Apr 18 2012 at 8:48am Copy Link
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Arif Noerman Just purchased using PayPal, and although I'm from Asian - Indonesia, it directly give me the serial number.

Usually took hours to process payment using PayPal from Asian user.

Thanks, it really great investment for my future gaming experiences.
Apr 18 2012 at 9:14am Copy Link
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al thepal wow, you're offering 30% off and selling it for $41.30, the devs of this software are selling it at $23 without any special offer. Something's not right here.
May 15 2012 at 8:24pm Copy Link
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Innesoft Support @al thepal, just 2 coinciding offers. The price on our site is discounted for a limited time. If you look at the buy now page from the official site, you'll see the price is $59, discounted to $23.

In a nutshell, the deal currently is not exclusive, but when bitsdujour run a 1-day deal (usually a much bigger discount) we give them exclusivity.
Innesoft - May 15 2012 at 11:39pm Copy Link
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Arif Noerman Last time during the bitsdujour 1-day deal, I paid for USD 23.99 (the same that offered now at dev site).
May 16 2012 at 12:08am Copy Link
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Innesoft Support Hi Arif,

When it comes to running discounts and deals, we tend to give BitsDuJour first refusal, as they have a great community and have shown a commitment to both vendors and users.

This doesn't mean they have exclusivity for the other 364 days of the year., and we try to keep the price as low as possible with various in-house deals whenever we can.

Your frustration about the lack of updates since April is understandable - from our point of view, we give free updates for life, which means we also get a lot of feaure-requests - sometimes bigger updates take longer to impliment, and while we try to please everyone, it's not always possible.

As always, our inbox (support-at-innesoft-dot-com) is open, and I'd be happy to chat with you about the above issues, and let you know what to expect from v1.5 and beyond.
Innesoft - Aug 23 2012 at 6:49am Copy Link
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