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SOFTIMAGE|XSI EXP for HL2 [Print this Article]
Posted by: Bulk
Date posted: Mar 25 2004
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Description: The world's newest and most advanced 3-D animation software teamed up with the first true next-generation video game. Download it here, fast and free!
The world's newest and most advanced 3-D animation software teamed up with the first true next-generation video game.

Unlike other free game modification utilities, the XSI EXP for Half-Life 2 gives full access to all the professional features available in SOFTIMAGE|XSI. Everything you need to create Half-Life 2 characters, models, and environment elements is here. You can design characters, mix and blend animations, render interactively or use real-time shaders, and then export your models to Half-Life 2.

Zip FileFilename: setup_xsi_3.5_mswin32.exe
File Size: Unknown
(170mb)

Note: To activate HL2 exporting, you must visit this page and get a personal activation key.

Minimum Hardware Requirements

* 256Mbytes RAM
* 200 - 300 MB Swap Space.
* Minimum display resolution of 1280 X 1024
* OpenGL accelerated graphics card (minimum 8Mbytes RAM)
* CD-ROM drive.
* Three-button mouse
* Internet connection (recommended)


Software Requirements

* DirectX 8.0 +
* Windows 2000 or higher
* Supported browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer v5.5 +
* Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF\'s
* Windows Media Player v.6.4 +

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Posted By: Zipster on Mar 25 2004 at 08:01:08
Life is great when you can download such large files at 600 KB/s. Gotta love University!

Posted By: StuffMaster on Mar 25 2004 at 09:02:48
you dont NEED to have a min res of 1280x1024 you can get a layout from

here http://www.unrender.com/files/1024x768.zip but if you google it theres loads

Posted By: NoBody on Mar 25 2004 at 11:29:33
1280 X 1024 is probably the most stupid reselution for a grafic program any way, as almost all monitors are 1:1,333 in aspect and 1280 X 1024 is 1:1,25.
So all your work will be sqused and look fat. the right aspect is at 1280x960, i have until now only seen one monitor whith a aspect of 1:1,25 and thats the MAC 17" studio display.Edited by NoBody on Mar 25 2004, 11:30:59

Posted By: Jorkapp on Mar 25 2004 at 13:39:44
At least they're not asking for 1600x1200.

Posted By: jinxd on Mar 25 2004 at 20:11:47
@Jorkapp: ROFL

@Zipster: im dl/ing at 400 kb/s on a home cable connection, but it is a 3 megabit connection :)Edited by jinxd on Mar 25 2004, 20:13:02

Posted By: EarthQuake on Mar 27 2004 at 17:00:28
My god, my monitor's maximum resolution is 1280x1024 and it's microscopic, butI think I'll get that layout anyways. Btw, thanks for hosting this. I'm getting a nice 80k/s on my DSL line and it should be done in a few minutes :)

Posted By: DarkAngelZLT on Mar 29 2004 at 13:30:29
normally i woulda bitched at this kinda res too, but then i got a 17" LCD and now i run windows in 1280x1024...

Posted By: Winston on Apr 02 2004 at 14:21:54
Hehe, I got 1600x1200 no bother :D
Has to be the only program iv ever seen that lists "Three-button mouse" in the min requirements...

Posted By: InternetNightmare on May 17 2004 at 19:58:41
Good I wanna try it too :D
But I have l22t 64kbps (up to 128kbps in at night)
That's slow... :S
And you can use H-Size and V-Size buttons on your monitor ;)Edited by InternetNightmare on May 17 2004, 20:00:35

Posted By: VigRoco on Apr 18 2005 at 16:27:28
138 is not too bad here at the great Louisiana State University in Shreveport

Posted By: Rizzit on May 02 2005 at 18:38:55
First of all.... this is sweeeet.
Now
Um.... about that activation code.... can anyone tell me how to get it? I mean the one so that u can export to hl2. I visited the link... but dunno where to go fromt there


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