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to make things quicker

Posted: Sat, 5th Oct 2002, 1:39pm

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b4uask30male

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If you want an animated plugin, it could take some time to make, eg:
I'm doing a T-rex that someone has asked for standing still but moving and roaring.

to do this you would need about 300 + frames, ( this takes a while ) and alamdv might not except the huge file size it will be.

So to speed things up, if anyone wants animated things that would be a large file size and they have software to bluescreen, then i would make it an AVI with a blue background.
then they could just download the avi from me, and the whole thing could be done within an hour.

What does anyone else think?
Posted: Sat, 5th Oct 2002, 1:59pm

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rmw

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That sounds great b4uask wink
Posted: Sat, 5th Oct 2002, 9:13pm

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Andreas

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sounds cool to me. u could make my requested T2 like that.
Posted: Sat, 5th Oct 2002, 10:10pm

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er-no

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Nice one dude!

I know who to come to when I need something like that done then smile

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Posted: Sat, 5th Oct 2002, 10:19pm

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ada1989

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Can you make it sparate for the alam dv site like 150 frame and 150 frame, if you can, it for alam goods too. smile
Posted: Sun, 6th Oct 2002, 3:30am

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billy3d

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how can u export a poser animation to 3dsmax4or5?
i have tried the 3dstudiomax convertor but its for 3dstudiomax3 sad
billy
Posted: Sun, 6th Oct 2002, 8:48am

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b4uask30male

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Hay billy

You know you said that poser can export with tiff.

That does not give the best results, to get the best results you need to make movie then click save at current render quaility then click the anit alias box

but this won't work with tiff, it uses too much memory ( in fact you can't even save 1 frame at these settings ) so i use bmp with the high render output.

Do a test, just press render and you will see who much better the render output is.

So i guess i'll stick with the better res and more time than a quick not so good 3d object.

You will see what i mean when i upload the T-rex i have done, the picture is perfect.