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I have tree good suggestion for the uppdate version of AL5.
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March 26, 2012, 10:30:00 AM
I use Animation Lab a lot with TCPP18. It is very good.

As I understand, it will not work with TCPP19  64 bit jet.

When will the new update for TCPP19 64 bit be ready?

I have tree good suggestion tor the new version.

1: Give us an easy way to animate 2D texture, e.g. 2D trees and 2D people, perpendicular to an animated camera.
2: Possibility to animate the new futures like bend, flange.
3: Possibility to animate opening doors and windows, in percent.

Kai Sannes
TCPP19 Built20.4 , 64 bit W7
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June 06, 2012, 04:55:56 AM
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When will AL be ready for TC19 32 and 64 bit?

I hope somebody have listen to my SUG for next AL.
No response.

2D surfaces with transparency textures which rotates perpenticular to the camera, give us a real sense of the 3D models in animations.

Kai Sannes
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* June 12, 2012, 01:55:57 PM
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Hello Kai,

I am sure you know the workaround, but if not, try to copy the planes in 60 degree steps, so that one tree consists of three planes, this will give the impression of 3D probably a bit better than treees that move with the camera, which might look a bit weird.

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June 30, 2012, 10:08:01 AM
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Yes, I know about this method, but it is not as good as rotating trees.

For many years ago i draw this model. This was drawn with TurboCAD and I used 3dsMax to make the animation.
http://kaisannes.com/Kaisbro/55KaisBro55.wmv

It the trees could rotate like these, the movie could have been done with TC and AL.
I will make a new video, when these option come in AL.

By the way, this was just a test, and if I had let the camera look to the same path, it would not be so shaking.
I have tested it with thousands of trees in TurboCAD, and it work very good and very fast.

Regards
Kai Sannes



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Laptop Acer Aspire VN7-793G
GeForce GTX1060, 6Gb,Core i7-7700HQ,16GB RAM,256GB PCIe SSD,1TB HDD,W10 Home
17.3" Full HD matt