This is the command blenderplayer that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
blenderplayer - the blender game engine runner
usage: blenderplayer [-w [w h l t]] [-f [fw fh fb ff]] [-g gamengineoptions] [-s
stereomode] [-m aasamples] filename.blend
blenderplayer is the 3D and physics game engine
-h : Prints this command summary
-w : display in a window
w = window width
h = window height
l = window left coordinate
t = window top coordinate
Note: If w or h is defined, both must be defined.
Also, if l or t is defined, all options must be used.
-f : start game in full screen mode
fw = full screen mode pixel width
fh = full screen mode pixel height
fb = full screen mode bits per pixel
ff = full screen mode frequency
Note: If fw or fh is defined, both must be defined.
Also, if fb is used, fw and fh must be used. ff requires all options.
-s : start player in stereo
depending on the type of stereo you want:
(Quad buffered shutter glasses)
(Vertical interlace for autostereo display)
-D : start player in dome mode
angle = field of view in degrees
tilt = tilt angle in degrees
warpdata = a file to use for warping the image (absolute path)
mode = fisheye (Fisheye), truncatedfront (Front-Truncated),
truncatedrear (Rear-Truncated), cubemap(Cube Map),
sphericalpanoramic (Spherical Panoramic)
depending on the type of dome you are using
-m : maximum anti-aliasing (eg. 2,4,8,16)
-i : parent windows ID
-d : turn debugging on
-g : game engine options
Name Default Description
fixedtime 0 "Enable all frames"
nomipmap 0 Disable mipmaps
show_framerate 0 Show the frame rate
show_properties 0 Show debug properties
show_profile 0 Show profiling information
blender_material 0 Enable material settings
ignore_deprecation_warnings 1 Ignore deprecation warnings
- : all arguments after this are ignored, allowing python to access them from sys.argv
blenderplayer -w 320 200 10 10 -g noaudio //home//user//filename.blend
Launch blenderplayer in window mode with size 320x200 at 10 pixels from left and 10
pixels from top of the screen without audio.
blenderplayer -g show_framerate = 0 //home//user//filename.blend
Disable framerate reports.
blenderplayer -i 232421 -m 16 //home//user//filename.blend
Launch blenderplayer embedded in an existing window and set antialiasing to 16.
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