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Old 10-12-2005, 03:27 AM   #1
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Hey guys. I discovered endorphin a few months ago and must say I loved it. It provided some pretty cool simulations for human motion. Well I kinda forgot about it for awhile because I didn't have the money to buy the full version and the LE only provided video of the animations rather than the export of them. Well I was recently assigned a physics project involving the human body and I figured endorphin would give me the ability to do my project very quickly. So I headed over to the endorphin site and download the new endorphin 2.5. I uninstalled the 2.0 I already had and installed the 2.5. But when I tried to run 2.5 it crashes everytime!:angery: So I figured oh well I will just reinstall 2.0 and I can do it with it. But 2.0 can't be found anywhere on the net! I look everywhere and just can't find it. I was wondering if someone here had downloaded it and still had the install. If someone does still have the 2.0 install please post here and I will contact you with info on how to get the file to me as it is probably too big to be emailed. Thanks guys! I just pray that someone has the file so I can get this blasted project done.
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Old 11-12-2005, 12:47 AM   #2
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You know, instead of Endorphin, I can giv u another solution.
YOu can dl 3ds max 8 from www.autodesk.com and that has a rag doll constraint.
Its a thought..???
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Old 11-12-2005, 05:13 PM   #3
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I guess that could work, but I would have to learn a whole new program. And I don't know if Max has all of the built in motions like Endorphin does. Surely someone here has the Endorphin Install.
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Old 11-12-2005, 08:40 PM   #4
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WEll, of course Max dusnt, and you can prolly do that in Maya too. Im just postinig cuz I have nothing else to do, and Im sorry that I cant help, I dont have endorphin at all

Did u try to dl endorphin again and reinstalling it? And why wont it run?

I myself downloaded 3ds Max 8 trial edition and first it wouldnt run and it was because it was missing a directx dll file.
If it is something like that, then you can always search on google for that .dll file, and you [most likely] will find it.

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