Sun Village 3D Screensaver ήταν διαθέσιμο ως προσφορά στις 14 Αυγούστου 2010!
Tι αγαπημένο απόγευμα! Το καλοκαίρι έχει έρθει στο απομακρυσμένο χωριό, και όλοι οι χωρικοί απολαμβάνουν τον ήλιο. Το Sun Village Screensaver είναι ένα αριστούργημα: η πανέμορφη λεπτομερειακή σκηνή και το ποτάμι είναι ιδιαίτερα ρεαλιστικά, ενώ υπάρχει και ένας αριθμός κινούμενων ανθρώπων. Τα υψηλής ποιότητας γραφικά και τα προχωρημένα εφέ παράγουν την συνολική εντύπωση πολύ ρεαλιστικά, και τα εξαίσια ηχητικά εφέ συμβάλλουν σε αυτό.
Windows XP/Vista/7; 800MHz processor; DirectX 9.0; 16 MB video RAM
Ένα πανέμορφο, εξωγήινο θέμα με 3D 3D screensaver παρουσιάζει ήσυχα νερά, εξωτικά φυτά και ένα θαυμάσιο εξωγήινο ουρανό δίνοντας σας την ασυνήθιστη αλλά ειρηνική ατμόσφαιρα στο PC. Tα χρώματα είναι πράσινα, μπλέ και μώβ, με φωτισμό και λεπτομερειακές σκιές για την βελτίωση της ατμόσφαιρας.
Μια όμορφη, ήσυχη, και ειρηνική προστασία οθόνης με θέμα το περιβάλλον σε 3D με έντονα λουλούδια, γρασσίδι δίνοντας σας μια ειρηνική ατμόσφαιρα στην οθόνη του PC, ενώ περιστασιακά θα δείτε και έντομα του δάσους.
Απολαύστε τα retro ρολόγια, τα τελευταία αριστουργήματα LED και οτιδήποτε ανάμεσα σε αυτό το screensaver και το κινούμενο wallpaper. Επιλέξτε το στύλ που σας αρέσει πιο πολύ ή αφήστε το να αλλάζει, με τα υπερεαλιστικά 3D γραφικά! Κατάλληλο για όλες τις ηλικίες!
Ξεχάστε την ανία των μικρών διαλειμμάτων στις φορτωμένες εργασιακά ημέρες - αναδυθείτε στους ουρανούς της Ευρώπης και κάντε μια βόλτα με τα πλέον θρυλικά αεροπλάνα των αρχών του 20 ου αιώνα! Κατεβάστε το Vintage Aircraft 3D Screensaver και απολαύστε το σόου!
Μετατρέψτε την επιφάνεια εργασίας σε ένα παράθυρο στον τροπικό παράδεισο. Τα νησιά της Καραϊβικής σε 3D προσφέρουν χαλάρωση σε τροπικά νερά και εμπειρία κατάδυσης. Εξερευνήστε την ποικιλία της θαλάσσιας ζωής και ανακαλύψτε τα κρυμμένα θαύματα του κοραλλιογενούς υφάλου.
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@Lascannon 1,2: a screensaver is not there to save energy!
Whatever is on your screen (I guess you do not have an old CRT-monitor in use) an LCD-screen always uses round and about the same amount af energy. No screensaver can help that, not making the screen black or even making the sceen bright white (same energy use).
A screensaver typically has it's way when you do nothing. When you do nothing you don't need any resources. When the screensaver activates it can use all the RAM there is. So that is not a problem either.
Furthermore a screensaver can be usefull when it is part in cloudcomputing or protecting your pc with a password.
It is not used anymore (in LCD-screens or even not very old CRT-monitors) for saving your screen from screenburn, because nowadays this is no real problem anymore.
A screensaver is there for the most part (like this one) for fun, because it pleases you. It's no crime to actually enjoy your computer.
Ofcourse you can argue, when I'm not there doing anything, I'm also not there to enjoy it. Well simply be there.
And ofcource you are too busy to glare day after day at your screensaver. Wel simply don't.
I mean, when you walk away and do what you want to do it will not disturb you and when you perhapse see you screensaver when you are nearby it is just pleasing to see (for some people at least).
Enjoy your screensaver. 3Dplanesoft makes great screensavers.
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Download, installation, activation and registration went off without a hitch on Windows 7, and the screensaver is cool. However, windows7 aero effect is disabled, and the 'windows color' changes to 'windows7 basic' after running it. -.-
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This is 3Planesoft Sun Village 3D 1.1 build 3, an excellent screensaver and a compliment to Snow Village 3D. The 3Planesoft screensavers always have great visual quality, so-so music, and keep a log in System32 (bad location). Your satisfaction with screensavers depends entirely upon your video card and drivers. The log indicates this averages 36.9 FPS at 1920x1200 on my aging nVidia 9800 GT with latest drivers. No, this doesn't mess up Aero, etc., people complaining about that or other problems have messed-up drivers. Improvements to my security software do indicate that 3Planesoft's coding has lots of problems, often messing with memory and folders that it shouldn't, but they don't appear to do any real harm (but the coding should be fixed).
We'll get the usual mindless drivel about screensavers using your CPU, GPU, and monitor. I only use these as on-demand animations (not my screensaver), and yes, of course realtime-rendered 3D animations are going to use CPU and GPU. One thing I like about 3Planesoft is that you can get all of their current (not future) screensavers for $99. It's cheaper to buy the entire set every year or two than buy them individually.
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Sun Village 3D Screensaver is a 32 bit, Direct3D screensaver -- if you don't meet the hardware requirements you get a message that there's No Hardware Accelerated D3D, that the screensaver will now exit, & that you should visit the Help page at the developers' site. During install you're given the opportunity to subscribe to their mailing list, & the option to install a screensaver mgr, but setup doesn't check to see if you meet hardware requirements -- if you're in doubt backup or at least create a Restore Point in case of problems like reported in comment #3... while I didn't see any problems it did add a theme in 7's XPMode VM [Virtual Machine].
'Far as visual quality goes, [on an AMD quad rig with ATI 4870 in 7 ult 64, 1080p screen, latest drivers etc] IMHO at the lowest quality setting it's roughly equivalent to the on-line Flash-based games. At the highest setting it's *maybe* what you'd expect to see on an older [5+ years old] D3D or OpenGL game. I don't mean that negatively, but just an objective observation -- with the Lego-like characters & static trees I didn't think it measured up to WOW (which runs on pretty modest hardware). There was also a fair amount of aliasing/artifacting, though it could *Probably* be fixed through graphics card settings, & [without any tweaking] frame rates weren't spectacular (at max quality in the higher 40's). As you'd expect with the hardware accelerated D3D requirement, it did use the GPU [graphics processor], but not a lot, while regardless the quality setting it loaded up 2 out of 4 CPU cores.
The Sun Village 3D Screensaver itself takes up ~42MB in mainly 6 files in the program's folder -- almost 100% of that is the Sun Village 3D Screensaver.exe which is the screensaver itself [If you just want to run it -- not use it as a screensaver -- just run that file (much quicker than right-clicking -> preview &/or going through the screensaver config), which during loading shows hotkeys for displaying fps, setting config. etc]. A smaller [<1MB] .scr file is put into Windows' system folder, along with Sun Village.log [which in Notepad is just a small text file with basic license terms]. Registry entries are very light, with just the screensaver's key [for path, language, & GOTD license key], plus keys for uninstall -- the screensaver key is under HKLM [Hkey_Local_Machine], meaning you probably should run setup & activation as admin to be safe in Vista/7, as otherwise that part of the registry *might* be restricted.
All in all I'm personally not a huge screensaver fan, though I do check them out in case there's one or another I really like or feel is extraordinary... this one did nothing for me, but please don't let that stop you if you like this sort of thing, but be prepared in case it won't run on a lower powered PC/laptop.
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It's a beautiful screen saver. You can turn the sounds off in the settings. It's basically a small town with buildings and water in the middle, and the view is from a camera that slowly flies around over the town.
I am not downloading today's version, but I've had this screen saver 6 months now. Haven't had any problems with it and no spyware or junkware was included with it. It also doesn't mess with my Aero theme. I grabbed it from the NVidia website (free). That may be a different version and MIGHT require a NVidia video card before it works. I have a NVidia GeForce GTX 295.
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