Thanks so much, Aditia. That's awesome stuff.
The last I was involved with such things was when I ran
Lightwave on a Dec Alpha machine, way back when Star
Trek Next Generation was animated by Industrial Light
and Magic.
What general part of the world do you live in?
Just wondering.
Have a great day/night, all.
Dan

On 8/13/12, Aditia A. Pratama <ibnu.h...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
>
> Yes, the latest open movie project by blender foundation known as mango
> project or "Tears of Steel" will about to release by the next couple of
> week.
>
> You can follow their progress in their official website
> http://mango.blender.org or http://tearsofsteel.com.
>
> Most of vfx movies nowadays always using such an fx. Like a fancy
> lensflare, color grading stuff, etc.
>
> Yes, I run tutorial website in http://fossgrafis.com I keep my shot update
> via youtube http://youtube.com/user/aditpratama1
>
> My internet connection very limited, but I'll try my best to post my
> progress.
>
> No problem Daniel, it's a pleasure to get in touch with FOSS community :)
> On Aug 13, 2012 8:20 PM, "Daniel Smith" <opened...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Aditia,
>> Very interesting.
>> So you're saying they already use blender for movie effects?
>> In production anywhere?
>> Can you give an example of movies that have used such effects?
>> Are you keeping a blog or screen shots of your process?
>> Can we see it when you're done?
>> Thanks a lot, and sorry for all the questions...
>> Dan Smith
>> Houston
>>
>> On 8/13/12, Aditia A. Pratama <ibnu.h...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > OMG, I just know this trick. Thanks a million for that Alexander.
>> >
>> > But I think, for some new users they still need that toggle :-D
>> > On Aug 13, 2012 3:09 PM, "Alexandre Prokoudine" <
>> > alexandre.prokoud...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 11:01 AM, Aditia A. Pratama wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > 2. With sequence images, you'll work with a lot of layers. So the
>> first
>> >> time
>> >> > you open them, they'll overlap each other. The pain is there's no
>> >> > button
>> >> for
>> >> > select all layers, or toggle visibility off for all layers, etc.
>> >>
>> >> Actually you can do that. You can 'solo' visibility of a layer. Press
>> >> and hold Shift, the click on the eye icon of a layer. This will make
>> >> that layer the only visible one. So if you really need to disable
>> >> visibility of all layers, all you will have to do after that is click
>> >> eye icon for the only visibly layer.
>> >>
>> >> Alexandre Prokoudine
>> >> http://libregraphicsworld.org
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