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    OpenGL

    Hello everybody,

    I am looking for a openGL tutroial... so I wondered whether you guys know any. i am not expecting the quality of 3dbuzz, as that quality is unmatched, but either way it will have to do.

    Note: I did search, but the search died on me (trying to use more memory than allocated or something)
    Last edited by *Jasper*; 04-26-2007 at 02:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Jasper*
    Hello everybody,

    I am looking for a openGL tutroial... so I wondered whether you guys know any. i am not expecting the quality of 3dbuzz, as that quality is unmatched, but either way it will have to do.

    Note: I did search, but the search died on me (trying to use more memory than allocated or something)
    nehe.gamedev.net

    try there or you can get the c++ opengl vtms from this site...they are great
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    thanks

    Thanks, I will have a look at that site.

    But for the openGL vtms here, do they exist? I mean, they aren't on the video training page (or am I just blind?)
    Last edited by *Jasper*; 04-27-2007 at 03:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Jasper*
    Thanks, I will have a look at that site.

    But for the openGL vtms here, do they exist? I mean, they aren't on the video training page (or am I just blind?)
    NO htye are from teh store
    really cheap now
    you get c++ and opengl for 100$ i think
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    C++ is Good Stuff, learning lots

    The C++/OpenGL videos are fantastic and well worth the money.

    I dig Buzz's teaching style when explaining some of the more complicated concepts behind programming. He makes the cryptic stuff easy to understand because he explains things logically so a beginner can follow along. I also find it extremely helpful when Buzz teaches good workflow practices and methodology.

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    If you become a member sponsor here on 3DBuzz I'm pretty sure you can download a bunch of C++ video's as well.
    C++, 3D OpenGL and Game Programming video tutorials:
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmakrzem
    If you become a member sponsor here on 3DBuzz I'm pretty sure you can download a bunch of C++ video's as well.
    only the first 3 modules
    the opengl ones can only be bought in the store
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    I am looking for openGL specifically, because I do understand most of c++, but the actual processing of output is something I miss.

    As I am only eighteen years old and thus pre-student that's a lot of money for me. Especially as it's just as a hobby.

    edit: the site mentioned earlier is good. The tutorials aren't exactly amazing and the code is not written very clean, but there is a lot to learn over there, thanks.
    Last edited by *Jasper*; 04-27-2007 at 08:09 AM.

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