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Moving Starfield

Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 3:44am

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Michael Suzor

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Can someone make a moving starfield? Going right to left and up to down. Would like to use it for some model shots.
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 5:10am

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Axeman

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Once upon a time I made a starfield plug-in, with several starfield shots with massive resolution, so you could pan around in them however you wanted, but it no longer seems to be available. I'm not sure why.
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 7:25am

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Aculag

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do you mean like a pan over like in starwars? You could easily just make something like that in photoshop or paint or whatever.
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 9:56am

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Mellifluous

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Try this

http://stellarium.free.fr/

It's astronomy software for you to look at planets & stuff but you could screen capture the movement. Still, it's a cool program in its own right, just see how big the universe is in realtime! razz

Use arrow keys to move & Page Up & Down to zoom in/out

Note: CAN be used on Mac, Windows & Linux biggrin

Mel wink
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 10:26am

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danmec

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But once upon a time, i found starfields similar to what Axeman is talking about! lol (made by Lloyd66)

Starfields2 is in the space section, I view 50 plugins per page so its on the first page, but you'll probably have to scroll down a few pages if you only view 10 plugins per page.

Infact, I'll be really nice and give you a link lol

http://www.csb-digital.com/alamdv/plugins/plugininfo.php?id=279

Hope this helps

Dan biggrin
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 1:33pm

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Michael Suzor

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Thanks guys.