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2011/11/6 5:54:30
Machinima Expo 2011 Now Accepting Submissions Emily wrote:


Nice one 65Radius.

Think you got the full range of Muvizu camera effects in there - and bubbles! Bubbles, where did you get bubbles?

Good tip there for any would be directors. Got a bad script? Film it in black and white, have the actors mumble the dialogue and look wistfully into the distance. Throw in plenty of close ups on the eyes, lips and hands, and for extra measure, chuck in some focus pull for no apparent reason - hey presto, you're arthouse!


Thanks Emily. You are right ,they are most of the camera effects. Pure Muvizu, except for the bubbles, which are from the video editor (Corel).

The "message" of the video is really "Hope floats = Keep on trying new things, and don't give up" There are many tools in Muvizu which I have even tried out yet!!
2011/11/6 1:17:48
How to switch between the characters' movements AlfredoMangano98 wrote:
Luscan wrote:
In Muvizu it's possible to direct different characters in different direct 'passes'. You don't have to direct everything at the same time. You can select one character and direct all their actions in one 'pass' and then you can select the second character and direct all their actions in the second 'pass'.

Hopefully this helps

I think this is the right answer, unfortunately for the scarcity of google translator xD I did not understand anything the only thing I was able to understand and there is that the command passes, but I did not understand how to use this option and what is due for answers and for your patience

This is the Bing translator for luscan's post:

In Muvizu è possibile indirizzare caratteri diversi in diversi 'passi'. Non è necessario indirizzare tutto allo stesso tempo. Puoi selezionare un carattere e dirigere tutte le loro azioni in un solo passaggio. Poi, puoi selezionare il secondo carattere e dirigere le loro azioni nel secondo 'passaggio'.
Spero che questo ti aiuta
2011/11/1 23:07:47
Machinima Expo 2011 Now Accepting Submissions rgrove wrote:
Had me falling out of my chair! Very funny video and well done. With your permission, I'd love to post it at our Expo blog and FB channel.

Oh, man.....

By all means!
2011/11/1 10:54:25
Machinima Expo 2011 Now Accepting Submissions 65Radius wrote:
bigwally wrote:
Hi everyone! My entry for the competition was turned down, but my expectations weren't high. What I want to know is did ANY Muvizu creation make the cut?

Certainly none of mine did! There will be a video about this sometime soon!

as promised, this is my response to the momentous events surrounding the competition

2011/10/31 9:29:18
Muvizu TV yeap; Lerss is more.
2011/10/31 0:29:10
Muvizu TV There is another set of videos that are not tutorials, but simply tests uploaded by users. Would that be a part of DIY's, or a new category?
2011/10/25 11:57:34
Machinima Expo 2011 Now Accepting Submissions bigwally wrote:
Hi everyone! My entry for the competition was turned down, but my expectations weren't high. What I want to know is did ANY Muvizu creation make the cut?

Certainly none of mine did! There will be a video about this sometime soon!
2011/10/12 2:01:38
Superheroes texture here, for instance, is Capn America with a cape:
2011/10/12 1:37:48
Superheroes texture La ringrazio molto! Sicuramente saranno molto utili per me! (e altri).
2011/9/28 4:38:44
Feedback on Muvizu - 5th September 2011 (ENG) tripfreak wrote:
Probably it takes a while until the next release ?

Until then try this if you still like to burn your fingers...

Get Bombset and Bombs in ASE format here: Download

Thanks for that! good old fashioned bombs!
2011/9/28 4:35:35
One of my first movizu movies Good video! love the UV textures.
2011/9/22 10:46:38
Feedback on Muvizu - 5th September 2011 (ENG) Hi,
In spite of the many improvements and new resources (farm, science) I am experiencing two problems with the latest patch:
a) Sometimes when I try to save I get a message "failed to save. Unknown error". The memory used in the scene window always is 3%. Once the "failed to save" message appears, it continues to appear even if I delete all the resources ccreated. The only way out is to quit.
b) When I try to record dialogue, the window appears faint (not available) and I cannot back out. Nothing works anymore, other than the cursor, and I must quit. Is there a preferred setup for the microphone?

It appears that you cannot save if you have a bomb in your scene (??!?)
edited by 65Radius on 22/09/2011
2011/9/11 5:10:33
another transparent video test Toonarama,
When Dreeko used his invisible platform to get a character on a horse (Gallop test), he opened the scope of muvizu for all sorts of weird and wonderful things (genies up in the sky, people walking over tall buildings, etc). I believe your demonstration of the transparent video with the careless driver will have a similar effect!
congrats ! And good bye to layered greenscreens.!
2011/9/5 17:39:13
Feedback on Muvizu - 5th September 2011 (ENG) One detail : using 32 bit version : when I select the severed hand on Anne, and then delete it, it doesn't go away!. Also, while the hand is selected, I do not get the attributes display.
Generally, the application looks very friendly, and fast.
2011/8/31 7:55:56
Collection of .set files (Please use Gallery now) In any case, thanks Than for having provided this resource in the past!
2011/8/27 3:54:42
The Muvizu Wardrobe? Yeap! Good idea! Especially since the characters with UV textures cannot be saved as favourites...
2011/8/20 3:55:45
Send tutorial requests to Muvizu HQ I found that the tutorials were one of the great strengths of Muvizu, compared to other animation programs. Personally, the area I found hardest to get round was object movement, especially lifting objects, dropping objects that were floating, and rotation paths. Cheers!
2011/8/15 5:59:25
My first movie Nice job, with good expressions!
2011/8/9 12:23:08
Nick Danger episodes removed from Muvizu They have changed the procedure a bit. This is the help page from You tube:
Download your own uploaded videos to MP4
  • Sign into your account.
  • Click on your username in the top right hand corner of your screen and select http://www.youtube.com/my_videos from the expanded menu.
  • Find the video you'd like to download and click the triangle button next to Edit and Insight. Once you've clicked on the triangle, select Download MP4 from the drop down menu.
  • Hope that helps!
    2011/8/9 5:06:43
    STAR SMAK Very, very good! Especially Spock and Scott. And funny, too. Good job, again!
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