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WoW Model Viewer [4.3.4]
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Quote:WoW Model Viewer is an application that uses the WoW MPQ files to create character and npc models that can be used for graphics or machinima. The project was originally created by Ufo_Z and Darjk, who left the source code for developers to build upon and update should the need arise. It did.

This project is an adaptation of the original project updated for Cataclysm, though it still (currently) has backwards-compatibility. It includes most of the features in the original WoW Model Viewer, but some of the features and models may not work properly.

Download (Win32): WMV_Installer_v0704_Win32.msi
Download (Win64): WMV_Installer_v0704_Win64.msi

Mirrors can be found here.

When installing WMV and selecting your WoW folder, be sure to select your WoW-Emu folder (that you use to connect to the server).
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For those wanting a greater chance of finding a good WMV version, I'd suggest to click here. I use revision 128 of WMV and I haven't had any issues yet!
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Updated with links to Cata WMVs.
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