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28/04/2011 20:34:11

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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claireq wrote:
I used CamStudio which is a free alternative, although it doesn't have the nice zoom feature which comes with Camtasia
Nice with a list of screen recorders available free.

http://screencasttutorial.org/37/a-list-of-available-free-screencasting-tools-127


Excellent link, and CamStudio works really well - thanks!
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29/04/2011 00:13:42

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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OK, now I can say it's a fantastic tutorial because I've seen it. Great job!
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29/04/2011 02:36:33

65Radius
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excellent tutorial, entertaining and instructive!
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29/04/2011 14:26:46

Quoling
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Great Tut - these should be in the Tutorials section and not just in the forum!
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29/04/2011 14:48:55

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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In fact - they are! Once in the Tutorials section, click the "Your Hints & Tips" tab and voila!
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29/04/2011 20:46:26

wertstrong
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Here's my rough try

edited by wertstrong on 29/04/2011
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30/04/2011 00:33:04

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Looked really good and I liked the music, it went very well with the action.
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30/04/2011 15:16:54

bigwallyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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IanS wrote:
Great tutorial
Just need someone to make a cloud flying scene from Monkey Magic now!

Ohmighod! A live-action version of the animated "Alakazam the great" (American title)? That was the first movie I ever saw! Deliciously corny!
edited by bigwally on 30/04/2011
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08/06/2011 13:54:02

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Another tutorial!

There is a way to create a set with parallel walls using a floor plan. This video shows you how..





Hope it helps someone!
Cheers D
edited by Dreeko on 08/06/2011
edited by Dreeko on 08/06/2011
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08/06/2011 14:18:43

NeilExperimental userMuvizu staff
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Fantastic work again, Mr Dreeko. But why do you start talking to yourself at about 6 mins into the video? Is the stress getting to you?
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08/06/2011 15:55:41

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Sorted now

cheers Neil

D
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08/06/2011 16:47:17

penman
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very helpfull ... brilliantly simplified .. and easy
i thankyou
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08/06/2011 17:32:29

wertstrong
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We should be able to move between orthographic and perspective mode and there should also be a way to go from top,front,side e.t.c If there is already can some please tell me how
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08/06/2011 18:02:25

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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wertstrong wrote:
We should be able to move between orthographic and perspective mode and there should also be a way to go from top,front,side e.t.c If there is already can some please tell me how


Fraid not. Orthographic views are not available. I thought they would be a good thing to have also but think about the Walls. If you move a camera directly above a wall it disappears from sight because they have no depth. So they would be invisible in a traditional plan view.

D
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08/06/2011 22:53:18

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Good tutorial from the Big D (as usual!) although it made me wonder - could we have the ability to use the grid on the floor to align/snap objects? It's not doing anything else at the moment...
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08/06/2011 23:49:37

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Very helpful stuff - thanks!
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09/06/2011 08:32:10

65Radius
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Thanks for that! It'll save me hours of wall placing with dismal results!
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09/06/2011 11:52:38

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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65Radius wrote:
Thanks for that! It'll save me hours of wall placing with dismal results!



Glad to be of assistance!


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17/07/2011 17:33:47

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Just a little test to show the invisible predator style effect on a Muvizu character using sony vegas.



I created a scene with the character included on a war style set, then I changed the set to green to enable green screenimg and finally rendered out the clip for a third time with the character deleted.

Once I had all my clips ready I followed this tutorial



Looks quite good I think, but I should have masked out the Muvizu logo to eliminate it from the effect. Ho hum

Enjoy

Cheers

D
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17/07/2011 19:56:24

DanimalMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Very cool! I didn't even know that was in there! Come to think of it, I don't know much of anything about Vegas. As powerful as it is, I really use it as a super simple editor.

Thanks for posting this, I'm going to have to try it out!
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