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Title: Solar System Demo
Post by: turbotech on July 21, 2009, 09:07:44 AM
Shows some of the basics of animation lab in a simple model.

http://downloads.imsidesign.com/Flash/animation-lab-demo/SolarSys.htm
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Don Cheke on July 21, 2009, 09:50:19 AM
Very nicely done, Rip. Is that your voice? Whoever it is, is a natural - and the speed of delivery is right on.

Only one thing I wasn't too keen on was the examine selection at the end because it was too busy and didn't allow all the other animation you created to stand out. Perhaps selecting orbit for the final would have been a better choice. I know, it is easy to be an armchair critic, but that is my 2¢.
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Tim Stewart on July 21, 2009, 12:52:07 PM

Nice RIP.  Any help, for animationlab, is most welcome.

Question:

Is there an upgrade now available for v4.4, allowing use with TC v16.1?

Could you please email me a download link, if there is?

Many thanks.

Regards Tim
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: turbotech on July 21, 2009, 01:24:04 PM
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Very nicely done, Rip. Is that your voice? Whoever it is, is a natural - and the speed of delivery is right on.

Only one thing I wasn't too keen on was the examine selection at the end because it was too busy and didn't allow all the other animation you created to stand out. Perhaps selecting orbit for the final would have been a better choice. I know, it is easy to be an armchair critic, but that is my 2¢.

Thanks for the feedback Don.  That is indeed my voice.  I agree that the end is a little chaotic.

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Nice RIP.  Any help, for animationlab, is most welcome.

Question:

Is there an upgrade now available for v4.4, allowing use with TC v16.1?

Could you please email me a download link, if there is?

Tim check your e-mail I sent the link.
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Tim Stewart on July 21, 2009, 02:14:22 PM

Nice RIP.  Any help, for animationlab, is most welcome.

Question:

Is there an upgrade now available for v4.4, allowing use with TC v16.1?

Could you please email me a download link, if there is?
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Tim check your e-mail I sent the link.
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Many thanks RIP

Regards Tim
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: siLent_sTeZel on November 21, 2009, 07:00:27 AM
This just blows me away! Hard to believe this is a Scratch project. Looks great a couple of layer problems (Scratch Team should really redo the whole z order model). Amazing!




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Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Steve The Kiwi on November 22, 2009, 12:07:03 AM
Looks good. AnimationLab, is this an addon to TC or is it in the Pro version?

Forget it! Took another read of the forum and answered my own question.
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Winston Mitchell on November 23, 2009, 08:22:42 AM
Taking forever to load...gave up after several tries.
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Henry Hubich on November 23, 2009, 07:01:34 PM
Which TCad version and which AniLab version, Rip?

Henry H
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Winston Mitchell on November 23, 2009, 11:04:20 PM
Works OK at 1:15 AM  ;D
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: turbotech on November 24, 2009, 08:27:33 AM
Which TCad version and which AniLab version, Rip?

Henry H
16 and 4.4 I originally made this video for when the new anilab was released.
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: marc_256 on November 25, 2009, 06:48:03 AM
Hi Rip,

Is there a new update for AnimationLab 4.4 for TC 16.2 ?
If so, where can I download it ?

Marc
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: turbotech on November 25, 2009, 09:38:50 AM
Hi Rip,

Is there a new update for AnimationLab 4.4 for TC 16.2 ?
If so, where can I download it ?

Marc

4.4 is the latest and greatest.  If you have 4.2 send me an e-mail.

support@imsidesign.com
Title: Re: Solar System Demo
Post by: Rudl on December 17, 2009, 01:03:29 PM
Hallo,

I did this tutorial with one sphere and one circle. When I clicked the play scenario button, TC said to me, that I have to save first the file. I did this, and then  once more play scenario. The movie was played in a small frame and the circle and sphere rotated itself around itself. What did I wrong.

Rudl