Pdplayer (64-bit) 22.214.171.124 – Play Images Of 3D CG And VFX Sequences
If you have an existing working, direct play and mirror mode 3D image sequence file, you can use the Pdplayer to view or replay that sequence. If your sequence file is damaged, then use the Pdplayer to open and repair it. This will automatically retrieve the missing information and re-structure the damaged parts of the image sequence file. Pdplayer will write the corrected file to a new file. After successful repair, you can add a new sequence file to the same folder.
The old versions all had an image sequence viewer of their own but I have removed it from 1.0.4 which is a bad mistake due to compatibility issues. Now, you see the file sequence as the resolution would normally be displayed on the screen if you were viewing it without Pdplayer. Although I didnt remove the image sequence viewer from this version, you need to be able to create a new image sequence or view the ones that are already there otherwise you will be unable to modify or play the sequence. I know that not many of you actually use the image sequence viewer, however, the implemntation of this feature was left in there by accident. I promise you that it will never be used, and there is no need for a image sequence viewer. I am only providing it as Ive been asked so many times to do so. Now, when using Pdplayer, you can create a new image sequence (or view an existing one). You simply navigate to the directory that contains the images, and then go to
Once you have seen the preview, press the [Ok] button to send the video to the next frame. Note that this is not a menu or anything. It is simply the shortcut to the next frame. So for example, if you click the [Skip] button and move to the next frame, then you will automatically go to the next frame in sequence. If you click the [Next] button, it will take you to the next frame in sequence. I have chosen this method instead of a menu or anything else, as you can use the arrow keys to control the playback. If the file had multiple images in it, then clicking and dragging between them will change where they are on the screen. To change the folder, you need to use the arrow keys.
introduction pdplayer is a player for png images of 3d cg and vfx sequences. it also supports animated gifs. pdplayer is written in python and c. the c part is using cairo for the graphics library and libfdk for the audio output. pdplayer can be run as a simple image viewer, or in fullscreen mode, where it can be used as a 3d graphics engine. the video card can be configured to handle the 3d effects, including floating windows and shadows. pdplayer supports images of all sizes. the image can be preloaded or streamed from the disk. pdplayer uses the gdal library to access the images, and supports most of the formats used by this library. features pdplayer supports playback of animated gifs. the animation can be controlled by mouse, keyboard or a custom script. pdplayer can be used as a 3d image viewer. the viewing mode can be rotated and zoomed. pdplayer can be used as a 3d image engine. it can load images and render them in 3d. pdplayer can export the 3d images to png, jpg, png and tga format. pdplayer can handle images of all sizes. pdplayer can read images from disk, or from the network. pdplayer can be configured to handle video and audio. pdplayer can handle all formats supported by the gdal library, including jpg, png, bmp, tga, pds, gif, psd, swf and jp2. license pdplayer is a free software, distributed under the gpl license. installation pdplayer can be installed by typing the following command in a terminal: python setup.py install
compiling the source code for the latest release of pdplayer can be found at github.com/william-barker/pdplayer. to build pdplayer from source, download the source, then enter the directory containing the source and run the following commands: ./configure make make install