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lensbreak says

Hy folks

I have some pictures made with POV-Ray. I would like to upload them with all the POV-Ray files so the buyers can customize the pics if they want. But where should I upload it? On photodune or graphicriver? I haven’t seen any POV-Ray files here anywhere yet.. Is it supported generally? Thanks for your answers.

Best, lensbreak

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abstract-labs says

Since it’s 3D stuff I would also consider 3DOcean, but I’m not sure :)

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lensbreak says

ok, thanks for your reply. :) is it possible to choose there “Created In POV-Ray” ?

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abstract-labs says

What kind of file format can you export from this software? If you can make .obj it could be fine, and then maybe include the original project file, but I’m not a 3dOcean author so I’m not sure, if you don’t get anymore answers you may want to click “Request staff reply” to see if someone from staff can answer your question ;)

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lensbreak says
POV-Ray is a ray tracing program which generates images from a text-based scene description, it’s like programming. It’s all about mathematics… :P So you can’t export these projects. Scroll down on wiki, there you can see examples and how short some code can be for a nice result: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POV-Ray Ok, thanks I will do that. :)
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