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Basic Tutorials This is where you should start learning Ogre. These tutorials assume you have no previous experience except knowledge of c++ and how to set up an Ogre project. If you need help with the set up, then read Setting Up An Application.

In Depth Tutorials These tutorials go further in depth on specific topics. They are often not full applications. Instead, they simply provide short examples that can be incorporated into an existing program. For full tutorials refer to the Basic Tutorials and the Intermediate Tutorials

External Tutorials ARTIS(external link) is a team with the GRAVIR(external link) research lab. They released a series of tutorials which highlight the use of Ogre for research. These tutorials can allow you to use Ogre in support of their research or prepare you for using Ogre in your own research.
Introduction : Installing Ogre(external link)
Tutorial1 : Displaying and manipulating a scene(external link)
Tutorial2 : Using Ogre's facilities for debugging(external link)
Tutorial3 : Assembling a nice scene(external link)
Tutorial4 : Rendering your own stuff(external link)

Older Tutorials These tutorials have been around for ages, and some of them may still work. These have caused problems before when they fall out of date with the current Ogre release. Feel free to give these tutorials a try, and post in the Ogre Help Forum(external link) if you run into difficulty. Or take some time and update them!
Xorekis' Tutorial Pack : An old collection of Tutorials for begginers.
Humble Beginnings : Your first OGRE application
Lights, Camera, Action! : Using controllers and billboardsets
Raven's CEGUI Tutorial : A CEGUI Tutorial

Intermediate Tutorials These tutorials cover some specific aspects of using Ogre at an intermediate level. You must already know how to compile a new Ogre project and set up all of the resources. Knowledge from the Basic Tutorials series is also required.

Mad Marx Tutorials Tutorial series for Ogre 1.7.x using a minimal NeHe-like style with lots of code comments. Companion website: so3dtools/(external link)





Beyond the Tutorials

Once you've finished the tutorials you can begin reading through the Cookbook for further examples of using Ogre.




Content Creation

Check out these artist tutorials on the DCC Tutorials page.



Related Materials:

Ogre Manual(external link): The OGRE Manual:
PyOgre Tutorials: Ogre with Python
OgreDotNet Tutorials: Ogre with the .Net languages
MOGRE Tutorials: Basic level tutorials for MOGRE, an advanced .NET wrapper for OGRE
Recommended reading: OGRE Team and Users recommended programming-related books.


 


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