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04-24-12, 08:00 PM
NVIDIA is about to meet the wishes of developer community with more friendly way to take advantage of PhysX SDK (http://physxinfo.com/wiki/Category:PhysX_SDK) and APEX Tools (http://physxinfo.com/wiki/Category:APEX) ‚?? Registered Developer Program.

In comparison to previous account registration process (http://physxinfo.com/news/901/how-to-register-developer-account-to-get-physx-sdk-access/), Developer Program features automated account approval (matter of minutes, not days) and simplified downloads structure (easier to find demanded files).

Attention ! Registered Developer Program only provides access to free binary versions of PhysX SDK, APEX DCC Tools (PhysXLab, PhysX plug-ins) and APEX SDK.

Source versions will still be available through PhysX Developer Support (http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949) website only, as well as paid support.

IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED AT NVIDIA DEVELOPER ZONE

Step 1. Go to NVIDIA Developer Zone (http://developer.nvidia.com/) and click ‚??New Account‚?? (upper right corner)

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Step 2. Fill-in account information, than press ‚??Create new account‚?? button

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Step 3. Instructions and password will be sent to your e-mail. Complete the registration

IF/WHEN YOU ALREADY HAVE DEVELOPER ZONE ACCOUNT

Step 1. While logged-in, click ‚??My Account‚?? (upper right corner)

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Step 2. Complete Basic Registered Developer Profile

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You will be required to provide your Last and First name, information about your company and your location.

Step 3. Now you can apply to APEX/PhysX Registered Developer Program (PhysX RDP)

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Step 4. Fill-in provided questionary

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Please note that you will be required to agree to the terms and conditions specified in the PhysX/APEX EULA (http://developer.nvidia.com/sites/default/files/akamai/apex/docs/NVIDIA_PhysX_SDK_EULA.pdf). Read it carefully.

Step 5. Wait until you Developer Program status will change from ‚??Submitted‚?? to ‚??Approved‚?? (may take up to 30 minutes ‚?? you will be also notified via e-mail upon completion).

You can access PhysX RDP website by clicking program‚??s title or direct link (http://developer.nvidia.com/rdp/apexphysx)

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Step 6. Now you can download latest binary PhysX SDKs, APEX SDK and DCC tools.

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Subsequently, while logged, you access PhysX RDP via ‚??My Account (http://developer.nvidia.com/user/me)‚?? panel, or through ‚??Registered Developers Website‚?? link on devzone main page (http://developer.nvidia.com/), or via direct link (http://developer.nvidia.com/rdp/apexphysx).

If you have trouble with new account registration or existing account you can send your problem description to support@physxinfo.com (with subject ‚?? ‚??PhysX RDP‚??) ‚?? we‚??ll try to provide a shortcut to PhysX dev. team.



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