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20/05/2015 21:03:34
Coming Soon... Love it already!
12/05/2015 18:22:04
Anti-Aliasing is not working on new PC One other thought - under File > Options, do the resolution settings still match what you think they should be? It's just that Muvizu does tend to reset it's options if there's an update or anything.
12/05/2015 18:19:21
Coming Soon... The lighting has changed (it now works properly at distance from the camera) but the backdrops haven't, as far as I know. Nice carriage btw, love the ads
11/05/2015 19:22:45
Anti-Aliasing is not working on new PC Certainly looks like it, or it could just be resolution - what do you use as your output resolution in Muvizu itself?
05/05/2015 22:11:03
Real animation - A world of pain! In about 1982 or 3, I learned that I could position pixels by putting in their coordinates (on my ZX Spectrum) to create an image - then wipe the page, and do it again, and you could do it fast enough to make animations. I tried to make an animation to match up with Shine On You Crazy Diamond by playing and rewinding a tape and trying to get the timing right... Yeah, I prefer Muvizu Big Grin I remember when the internet was in black & white y'know...
30/04/2015 17:05:01
EVIL! Episode 7: Gathering It's well put together but you really should be doing the eye movements as well - just moving the head doesn't convey much. They all look kinda spaced out... something in the punch?
30/04/2015 16:44:26
Specs- debating whether to get a new computer. The most important part of a computer (for Muvizu) is the videocard - yours is slower than slow. When deciding on new kit, I use a site called Passmark which gives you universal (and simple to read!) benchmarks for all hardware so that you can compare the performance of them before you buy. Here is what your current card scores compared to the cards you can get now : http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+HD+8450G&id=2595

Pretty much any video card you can buy for a desktop will crush your 8450 - I'd recommend something that scores in the 2000 or 3000 range at least. Load times are dependant on your CPU, and laptop processors are very underpowered (by necessity) so you'd want at least an i5 (or i7 if you can afford it). Hope that helps
29/04/2015 01:19:32
March 2015 update bugs I use mp3s (to keep the size down), so maybe it only happens with them. I'll try WAVs and see how it goes, thanks.
27/04/2015 18:37:30
March 2015 update bugs ziggy72 wrote:
Can't seem to assign new Dialog tracks to characters - got my 3 (much used) 'talkie' tracks loaded, none now work the characters mouth. However, on loading a set, the first character I assign a track to is fine, the next isn't. Loading up a new sample doesn't help. Only happened since the update - thought it was a one off at first, but it isn't.


Okay, thought at first it was the Reset All Tracks not working right, but I have discovered that ANY set loaded that has audio tracks saved within it will not work correctly - if you go to Prepare Audio > Edit, then you'll see that your sound files are blank. They still work, but the program crashes out when you record stuff in the Timeline (in my experience since the update). By removing the sound files, the sets become stable again and don't crash out (again, in my experience over the last few days). Can anyone else verify that this is the case, that the previously saved sound files are blank on the Edit page? (freshly loaded audio works fine and displays fine).
27/04/2015 18:28:57
Frickin Huge videos Why not just use Any Video Converter (or any other free one) to convert the finished vid down to the size you want? Remembering of course that size squares with quality... Either way, the codecs within Muvizu are just to get the footage out, they don't give you much in the way of options (other than resolution).
27/04/2015 18:26:30
How do I Make explosions pop up on my timeline? Try this : http://www.muvizu.com/forum/topic1979-how-do-i-.aspx?p=f#post11245
17/04/2015 18:18:32
ANYone know how to achieve a decent... Blackmagic Fusion is what you need to apply that effect to a movie file - it's not the most friendly looking program in the world, but it will do the job :

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/uk/products/fusion

Obviously, download the free one The tutorials are a must on this one, to get your head around the Loader/Saver way of doing things, but it will do what you need.
13/04/2015 18:29:57
Beefy custom texture Yes, it can get quite fragmented when you try to do the whole body, and everything is tied into the shape of the clothes.
12/04/2015 17:35:37
Of Mice and Muvizu I use a RAT 7 mouse (which is awesome) and the Logitech G13 control pad thing. There's a little joystick on the G13 which I use to fly around in Muvizu, and I've put the keys for timeline/lights/etc on there as well. Works for me
12/04/2015 17:26:42
Beefy custom texture Beefy's top and bottom textures are separate - you have to work out what clothes to give him first, then texture the slots accordingly.
10/04/2015 15:13:50
What I've been up to... Nice - I do like trickery I would recommend you check out Dylly's Bed Topper though, its much rounder and takes light better than what you are currently using :

http://www.muvizu.com/3D/20092/The-Bed-Topper
04/04/2015 14:47:26
Making character point at things All actions below the neck are pre-sets, no custom moves possible, sorry to say.
31/03/2015 18:13:38
Coming Soon... LOL, although that's not how you spell 'uncontrollable'
30/03/2015 18:15:43
characters sitting Download and install each of these :

http://www.muvizu.com/GetAssets#&&s=1&p=1&c=0&pl=29&q=

Or, to save time, download the full (not lite) version of Muvizu and reinstall it, since it has all these packs included anyway.
26/03/2015 18:15:46
Strange problem at start up of Muvizu play If it's a laptop, the spinning can also be caused by the touchpad. You can test that easy enough by disabling the touchpad and using a mouse instead (which you should for Muvizu, really).
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