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This MikuMikuDance version uses DirectX9 as its renderer, however it doesn't appear to be much different from 9.31.

Application Details:

Version: 9.32 (DirectX)
License: Free to use
URL: http://www6.atwiki.jp/vpvpwiki...
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 7.5

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What works

Most things work out of the box on 32-bit and 64-bit, and workarounds can be done to get 32-bit MMD into a fully usable state.

Both 64-bit and 32-bit:

  • Model manipulation
  • Camera manipulation
  • Model management (Loading / Deleting / Reordering)
  • English mode
  • Image rendering
  • Separate window mode
  • Pose and motion saving and loading
  • Scene saving and loading
  • Self-shadowing (no texture errors encountered).

What does not

These do not work with no known workarounds:

  • Single window mode does not render correctly
  • A single core is maxed out on standby

These have proper workarounds:

  • Default font is ugly
  • File->Render to AVI File

These have workarounds on 32-bit only:

  • MikuMikuEffect
  • Extra video codecs (UT Video, Lagarith)

Workarounds

To render correctly, enable View->Separate Window.

To get a better font, use winetricks to install droid.

For File->Render to AVI File, use winetricks to install vcrun2008 directshow.

  • Extra video codecs will work on 32-bit only. 64-bit will complain about DirectShow not being compatible with the extra codecs.

For MikuMikuEffect on 32-bit, use winetricks to install d3dx9_43 d3dcompiler_47. Then, use winecfg to override d3d9 to (native, builtin).


In summary, for everything to work on 32-bit, here's the recipe:

  1. Define a new 32-bit prefix: export WINEPREFIX=~/.wine/mmd32 WINEARCH=win32
  2. Install prereqs: winetricks vcrun2008 directshow d3dx9_43 d3dcompiler_47 droid
  3. Enable MME by using winecfg to override d3d9: winecfg
  4. Install a better codec.
  5. Run MMD with that prefix: wine MikuMikuDance.exe
  6. (Optional) Make a shell script to automatically run MMD under that prefix without needing to export environment variables each time.

What was not tested

  • Japenese text mode
  • MikuMikuPlus plugin
  • Kinect integration

Hardware tested

Graphics:

  • GPU: Nvidia
  • Driver: proprietary

Additional Comments

Due to MME and extra video codecs only working on 32-bit, I can only recommend using 32-bit. I'm disappointed that 64-bit doesn't work well enough.

Some effects plugins use Shift-JIS text encoding and get garbled when unzipped on UTF-8 systems. They can be repaired by renaming files with ASCII names, and changing filename references inside of some files. Grep is your friend, and good luck!

I recommend Lagarith as a lossless codec because UT Video clutters the codec selection menu and not all options work.

"winetricks directshow" is overkill, as I found "winetricks quartz qcap qedit" to work just fine.

Wine complains if you don't install vcrun2008: Could not find dependent assembly L"Microsoft.VC90.OpenMP"

On 64-bit, wine still complains after installing vcrun2008: Could not find dependent assembly L"Microsoft.VC90.CRT". I tried installing Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable and DirectX 9 (requires wine-mono to install) from downloaded installers and overriding the DLLs. It silenced the warning, but didn't work to load MME (which crashes). Rather close, though!

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
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RatingSubmitter
CurrentArtix LinuxApr 06 20227.5N/A Yes YesSilverMike 
ShowManjaro LinuxMar 14 20205.3-stagingN/A Yes YesSilverMatt 

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