Are your 3D primitive’s nurb flange-sprockets correctly twiggled? val3dity: geometric validation of GML 3D primitives is a free tool to make sure your 3D primitives are the right shape. Exactly the right shape. Apparently there are formal standards for such things.
* VLC now supports 360 video and 3D audio.
* Can stream to Chromecast devices.
* Can play Blu-Ray Java menus.
The only problem it has that, while VLC Media Player is excellent, one of its enduring mysteries is what happens when you drag-and-drop a 1, 2, 3, 4 etc list of files to a new playlist. The playlist order always gets garbled into 4, 1, 3, 2 etc. There’s still no way to re-order the list by File Name. Windows Media Player and other players never have any such problem. Even in version 3.0 of VLC there’s still no way to then re-order the list by File Name. You can re-sort the list every other way, but not by file-name order…
Windows Media Player has no such problem. Regrettably you can’t save a properly-ordered Windows Media Player list as .M3U and then load it to VLC.
VLC claims to understand Windows’ own .WPL and .M3U, but in practice it doesn’t. Load a .M3U and it goes haywire in a never-ending loading loop. Load a .WPL and you only get the first track on the list. Load an .ASX in VLC and while the playlist is intact and in the correct order, you’ll see certain files in the album ‘greyed out’. Save that list as a VLC native .XSPF, load that it back into VLC and VLC one again goes haywire in a never-ending loading loop.