A vortex please
Posted: Sat, 16th Nov 2002, 9:13am
Post 1 of 16
Could anyone make a plugin ( like the worm hole one ) but one that bends
( windows media player has this sort of thing )
It could be a gas one, solid, or particle, anything that looks never ending and twists and turns
for use with a Stargate
Posted: Sat, 16th Nov 2002, 9:53am
Post 2 of 16
why not just take the one from media player? i have seen alot of guys using it
try to search on screen recorder on http://download.com
and then just recorder the wmp thingy export it in to photoshop and take away the rest of it so u just keep that effect..
hope that help
Posted: Sat, 16th Nov 2002, 5:31pm
Post 3 of 16
Because if someone creates their own from scratch, and builds a plug-in from it, then it is 100% legal.
I'm sure no one is going to mind if you used the WMP footage for your own use, but if anyone ever wanted to create a movie that would have any kind of public release at all, then you would be in violation of copyright if you used it. With an original plug-in, no problems.
That is one of the real advantages of original plug-ins.
Posted: Sat, 16th Nov 2002, 5:37pm
Post 4 of 16
good point, but my whole stargate film is a huge copyright law waiting to happen.
( i guess people could go on for hours about using bits from other films, in fact on starwars, Words & names are copyrighted, let alone the images and footage & sound.
but from my point, i make no money from it
Posted: Sat, 16th Nov 2002, 9:30pm
Post 5 of 16
Right, and as long as you are not making money, and you own a copy of the footage, then technically it falls under the "fair use" clause of copyright law. (For example, if you own Return of the Jedi on video, and you rip the exploding Death Star onto your computer to use in your movie, it is legal. If you don't own a copy of ROTJ, you are in violation of copyright, even if you aren't making money from it.)
But original plug-ins, effects created specifically to be AlamDV2 plug-ins, can be used by any AlamDV user in any production, without having to worry about copyright laws.
Posted: Sun, 17th Nov 2002, 1:03pm
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Axeman wrote:For example, if you own Return of the Jedi on video, and you rip the exploding Death Star onto your computer to use in your movie, it is legal.
Hmm, I'm not so sure about this. It is stated explicitly that no portion of a film is to be reproduced or redistributed in any form. I think that includes adding commercial movie footage to home movies that are circulated on the Net.
I'm just bringing this point up for the sake of argument; I'm sure all of us have used copyrighted material surreptitiously in our own works some time or other
Posted: Sun, 17th Nov 2002, 2:16pm
Post 7 of 16
i will make it but it will be low-res, i will make the smoke like one, k
i will make it blur if u want it a bit higer-res
Posted: Sun, 17th Nov 2002, 4:33pm
Post 8 of 16
Moebius, you are right. If you are distributing your movie, then it is not just for your personal use, so technically it is copyright infringement. I should have explained myself more clearly.
Posted: Sun, 17th Nov 2002, 6:16pm
Post 9 of 16
This whole copyright matter is such a massive, gut-bloating party pooper, isn't it? I guess I wouldn't be saying that if I were the creator of the media in question
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 5:28pm
Post 10 of 16
I just want to ask, what speed do u want, just the speed the slower one or the faster one? codec Divx, copy and paste the url to download http://uk.geocities.com/alam_dv/test.zip
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 5:34pm
Post 11 of 16
I just submitted a Stargate vortex-like thing, b4uask - v2 of my Stargate Energy Field series
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 5:35pm
Post 12 of 16
so just ignore what i just said
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 5:36pm
Post 13 of 16
Go ahead with yours, Ada1989! As far as I'm concerned, the more the merrier!
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 5:38pm
Post 14 of 16
ok, ok, The slower one, or the faster one?
Posted: Sat, 23rd Nov 2002, 4:04am
Post 15 of 16
the fast one
Posted: Sat, 23rd Nov 2002, 12:34pm
Post 16 of 16
ok billy, right on