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PLUG-IN REQUIRED

 

 

 

To run Lumec3D, you will need the 3DVIA Player from Virtools  plug-in. In most cases the plug-in will install and execute itself automatically without any problem.

Nevertheless, your download may be blocked if you are using Internet Explorer on Windows XP with Service Pack 2. If you notice a yellow bar at the top of your Internet Explorer window stating that the download is blocked, click on it and choose “Authorize the content”

You can try this link bellow if browser installation fails:

               Manual plug-in Installation

 

Minimal system configuration for running Lumec 3D

>Microsoft Windows(2000,XP+)
>Pentium 3 800(or equivalent)-256Mo de RAM
>Internet Explorer 32 bits (6.0+, 32bits only, not 64bits), Firefox (1.0+)
>Direct3D compatible 3D accelerator graphics card with at least 64 MB of RAM
>High speed Internet connection

 

Ports to open when using a FireWall :

18005 to 18006 (TCP) and 50000 to 50010 (UDP)

With Windows 8.1+ or if you have an error 0x80070005 when the plug-in executes, you can do either A) Control panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Turn windows features on or off -> Legacy Components -> check "DirectPlay" OR B) Execute the following on a command line: Fondue.exe /enable-feature:DirectPlay

To clear your Philips proxy for correct access through the PGN-only address, run the following script:

               Clear Old Proxy

You can download a legacy version of Firefox Portable that supports the Lumec3D plugin (once unzipped, run FirefoxPortable.exe in the main folder):

               Lumec3D FirefoxPortable

For more information on problems related to the 3DVIA plug-in, please consult the troubleshooting section available on 3DVIA Player Installation Page web site .

For comments or questions about Lumec3D, we invite you to contact us by email at: : lumec.3d@philips.com

 

NPAPI support by Chrome

The 3DVia player plug-in for web browsers relies on the cross platform plugin architecture NPAPI, which has long been supported by all major web browsers.

Google announced in September 2013 plans to remove NPAPI support from Chrome by "the end of 2014", thus effectively dropping support for Silverlight, Java, Facebook Video and other similar NPAPI based plugins.

As of September 2015, starting with Chrome Version 45, Google dropped support for NPAPI, so Lumec3D users have to use another alternative.