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Where do I get MMEffects? MME and MMEffects are two names for the same thing. Where can I Download MME v037 in English? I need 64-bit MME! Download MMEffects from LearnMMD.com’s Downloads Page! LearnMMD MME Tutorials. How do I install MME in MikuMikuDance 8.03? MMD 8.03?Visit LearnMMD's Video Channel on YouTube: Videos by Reggie Dentmore.

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MME V037 in English in 32-bit and 64-bit versions are now available from the Downloads page!

When you download MME v037 in English, a whole new world will open-up for your MMD enjoyment! The zip folder contains instructions in English forThe MME files just need to be in the same folder as your MikuMikuDance.exe file. Download MME v037 in English from LearnMMD.com and enjoy! installing the MME files. It is easy! You simply drag and drop the three new DLL files into the main MMD folder where you keep mikumikudance.exe … Download MME Now!


When you download MMEffects from LearnMMD, you get the original files which Reggie Dentmore extracted from the original Japanese MME zip file using the Applocale/7-Zip routine as outlined in the “Scrambled File Names” article so as to preserve the original Unicode structure of the files. (The Japanese webpage source credit for the MMEffects v037 is included in the READ ME file in the download.) If you've done it right, MMEffect will show in the upper right corner of the main window.He translated the included .TXT files into English using the Notepad++/Google Translate routine discussed in LearnMMD’s “Translating Japanese Files” article. Those files are saved in both .TXT and Microsoft Word .DOC format (97-2003 compatibility). The Word files are much easier to read.

Download MMEffects v037 from LearnMMD and hurry back to follow our links to some of the cool MME Effects available for MikuMikuDance!


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  1. hi hi
    December 23, 2018    

    I put MMD(64bit) and MME(64bit) together like the pic but when i open i don’t see MME icon

    • December 23, 2018    

      Do you have the DirectX 9.0c installed?

    • Reggie_Dentmore Reggie_Dentmore
      December 23, 2018    

      Maybe unzip the MME folder using Bandizip. The way to set-up MME is to simply drop those three DLL files into the MMD folder… it’s a no-brainer… I cannot imagine why it does not work for you, unless the files didn’t extract properly.

  2. Jennifer Jennifer
    October 24, 2018    

    I bought a new computer and tried installing MMD and MME. I checked my computer was 64-bit, so that was what I installed. There was an error when I tried opening MMD. It was an MME Error: “Initialize Error: failed to load default effect file. Please check video card capability.”. I have the DirectX (June 2010) installed, which I believe is newer than 9.0c. I checked the graphics card and it was a dedicated graphics card. I’m not sure what to do next. Can I have help please?

    • October 24, 2018    

      For MMD, you do *not* need a “higher than” version of DirectX. You need files that are *in* 9.0c. Just install it.

    • Jennifer Jennifer
      October 25, 2018    

      Nevermind. I found my issue. I didn’t install the DirectX file correctly. It works now.

  3. Duda1179 Duda1179
    August 4, 2018    

    I have 64 and 32 bit MMD and wanted to put effect on 32 … in the 64 bit version appears in the corner written MME but already in 32 bits not what I do?
    I already followed everything I said but it will not…..Sorry if my comment is wrong because I do not speak English

    • August 4, 2018    

      I see that you have SOME sort of problem, but I honestly can’t understand what.

      Some tips that may or may not be useful to you:

      If you use both 64 and 32 bit versions of MMD, you need ALL FOUR versions of Visual C++ redistributables listed in the Downloads page.

      It is important to put 64-bit version of MME dlls into the folder of 64-bit MMD, and 32-bit into 32-bit – don’t mix them!

  4. ghy5y6 ghy5y6
    June 17, 2018    

    it will not loaf fx files what do i do please someone help me

  5. Rain Rain
    February 16, 2018    

    I’ve follow the instruction properly, extract the file from Applocale/7-zip and copy three files in the same folder as MMD but why i still can’t see ‘MME’ icon in my MMD? Please help me.

  6. Minori Minori
    July 15, 2017    

    Hi!~ I did all that the ‘read me’ file asked, and put them all in the same folder, but the ‘MME’ icon won’t show up at the top right? Can someone help? Thank you in advance!~

    • Reggie_Dentmore Reggie_Dentmore
      July 16, 2017    

      Minori… If you drag the three DLL files out of their folder and drop them, just loose, into your MMD folder… it should work.

  7. Meme Meme
    April 8, 2017    

    So uhhh i have all of the the mme things in the mmd folder but mme doesn’t frikin show up. What do i do??!!


  8. Bearman Bearman
    February 27, 2017    

    Where is the download link at? I’ve spent 10 minutes cycling through 3 different pages leading me on

  9. Monica Monica
    September 14, 2016    

    Hi! I downloaded MME and put the three files in the same folder as MMD. I have the 62bit of MME and MMD downloaded but when I try to open MMD, it just give me an error that says. “Initialize Error: failed to load default effect file. Please check video card capability.” I have no idea how to fix that and I got this laptop new for my birthday and it’s a gamer laptop so I don’t know why it’s saying that. Please help me! Thank you so much in advance! ^_^

    • September 15, 2016    

      Do you have DirectX 9.0c runtime installed? See the Troubleshooting page for detailed instructions.

  10. Alejandro guerrero Alejandro guerrero
    June 13, 2016    

    Hi i have this problem:
    Initialize error: failed to load default effect file. Please check video card capability.
    I’m using MMD for 64 bits

    • June 13, 2016    

      Did you download 64-bit MME as well? What is your video card? If it’s some office-grade lowend or Intel HD Graphics, you may simply not have capabilities to run MMD. Still, you may try to update your graphic drivers to the latest version and see if it helps.

      • Lumi Lumi
        May 30, 2018    

        I have the same problem as well but what is the min graphic required to run mme ?My mmd runs no problem for me but when I try to install me the same message pops up?

        • May 31, 2018    

          There’s no fixed requirements set for MMD. You *do* need a dedicated graphic card, preferably with newest drivers, but beyond that, it’s hit or miss. Check if you have DirectX 9.0c installed, maybe that’s the problem.

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