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Take away thoose corners. this is how.

Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 2:33pm

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Andreas

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i guess many know this but anyway..
when u watch the movies in the cinema many of the plugins u can se where it ends. in the corner. like the light and stuff. where it cuts.
like that -->
easiest to get this away is to use mask- that one-
and place it in the end of the plugin, just a little bit of it..like this-

that way u can get rid of thoose corner things!

"what i mean is to place a mask in the corners or around the plugins. that way it fades out a bit and it dosent look so crappy.."

/Andy

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Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 2:37pm

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tard crazy tard

i think you should get a +1, but not sure what you mean. crazy
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 2:42pm

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lol. u know how good my english is.. what i mean is to place a mask in the corners or around the plugins. that way it fades out a bit and it dosent look so crappy..
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 2:44pm

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b4uask30male

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oh,

i get it...

have another +1
i never thought of using them like that.
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 2:49pm

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thx biggrin
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 4:59pm

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rmw

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I always think of that but i never try it.
+1 for you! wink
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 5:33pm

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Great idea, Andy... very observant indeed smile
Posted: Sat, 12th Oct 2002, 8:38pm

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Andreas

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hey, u have to play around alittlebit with the transperety thing- biggrin
Posted: Mon, 14th Oct 2002, 1:24pm

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Sorry dude, but I still don't understand.

Although I haven't agressively used Alam for anything yet... too much other college work.

Soon enough something of mine will be uploaded. smile