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Way too fast

Posted: Mon, 18th Nov 2002, 6:54pm

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bjpage

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Hi,
I really appreciate the Plugin tutorial, it is very well written. My plugin appears to be OK until I tested it and then it ran way to fast. Something did not translate correctly. I know this is probably a dumb mistake, I am famous for dumb mistakes, any ideas on how I can slow down my animation?
Thanx
Posted: Mon, 18th Nov 2002, 9:14pm

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b4uask30male

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Could you let us know what plugin it was,

was it only 1 plugin that done that, or does it do it on all of them. ?

does it do this when you have rendered it to avi ?
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 12:08am

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Axeman

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b4uask, I think he is talking about a plug-in he built himself.

bjpage-- I'm glad you liked the tutorial, and I'm glad it helped. Now on to the problem: Does the plug-in version of the effect play faster than the effect did before you created the plug-in? Had you watched the effect before you turned it into a plug-in? If not, I'm guessing you just have to add some frames. If it it a 3D plug-in, it is possible that maybe the rendering options defaulted to 15 frames per second, which would cause your effect to play at double speed when applied to DV footage.
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 1:07am

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DarkJedi07

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Yeah. That sort of happened to me with my explosion plug-in I made that changes colors when it shouldn't. evil evil evil
Posted: Tue, 19th Nov 2002, 1:25am

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bjpage

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I figured it out, I had my frame rate set at 12 (for flash animation) instead of 24. Sorry for taking up your time.