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  • Alan Lacey

    March 8, 2016 at 8:08 pm

    Thanks again Michael. Your workflow sounds very similar to the one I used when forced to edit in FCP (legacy) years ago.

    All the very best

    Alan

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    March 7, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    Thanks again Michael. I’ll suggest Media100 then. I think I’ve got all the old EX browser/transfer downloads on a machine somewhere – mind you having said that they will be for the PC sadly. Do you have to use one of these to get the BPAV folders into Media100? What’s your workflow on your Mac?

    All this help is very appreciated. AT $99 I’ll install a copy myself to have a play with it and try to help him out a bit – especially as at the moment that price seems to include Boris Red5.

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    March 7, 2016 at 10:50 am

    Thanks Michael, I’ll check it out and let my colleague know. It’s cheaper than FCPX and to be honest I’m no fan of that. Do youi happen to know if iMovie is capable of handling the EX media?

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    February 21, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    Absolute no-brainer. Use Edius – PC but runs well on a mac. Bags of real time

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    January 4, 2016 at 9:30 am

    Many thanks for taking the time to reply to this Glenn – Looks like the way to go.

    Cheers Alan

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    October 16, 2015 at 4:53 pm

    Thanks Peter,

    I did manage to get it working by updating the graphics driver, but it plays VERY slowly. I guess the machine’s just too dated.

    Alan

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    August 20, 2015 at 5:49 am

    Thanks Adam that really helps.

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    August 19, 2015 at 5:11 pm

    Thanks Brian. It’s a second material added to the item just as a displacement channel to give moving detail to the surface with its transparency set to 100%. So no way to animate the rotation?

    Also did you see my recent post about texture mapping? I obviously don’t understand the texture tag. I was trying to duplicate a material where the colour channel’s bit map had a slight change made to it by photoshop. When I reimported the modified bitmap (same parameters) and applied it to the duplicated texture tag, the mapping changed. -Any ideas?

    Thanks again

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    August 5, 2015 at 1:32 pm

    Adam. Mograph method works perfectly. No idea what or how it’s doing it but just right with no gimbal lock problems.

    Thank you so much

    A

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

  • Alan Lacey

    August 5, 2015 at 10:09 am

    Thanks again Adam. I nearly got there with the original method, baking the polygon’s bend deformer, but have hit another problem. The bend deformer takes the relevant controlling polygon over the top and I’m now having issues with the gimbal effect. Presuamably the polygon’s normal rotates 180 degree as it flips over, so my controlled object does too.

    Just as a little background, I’m working on a surgical animation and have a (hyperhurbs>polygons) tissue flap that a suture ties itself into. The flap then deforms with the bend deformer and I’m trying to get the suture to move with the flap. The suture tying itself is a sweep nurbs following a spline. At the frame the suture is in place and stops moving, the sweep nurbs converts to a polygon object that then needs to follow the flap as it is brought over.

    I’ve not tried your mograph method yet but, as I’m sure you must have become aware, I’m not a big or regular user of C4D so usually try and steer clear of mograph – far too complicated for me!

    Alan

    XdcamEx & HD, C300, DSLRs, all sorts of production & post gear and a very untidy desk. On the East Coast of the UK

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