Thanks Jackson, I wish I can learn to do those scripts too
uploaded another test...
Great plug in . . . one thing. I am wandering what the best program is to stitch together the images for a mac. Imovie is driving me crazy and keeps zooming in and out of each individual frame. Any tips?
Quicktime all the way. It works fast and does a very good job.
Lately you've been tan, suspicious for the winter.
All my Plugins I've written
Whaat, many many thanks for this and the person who replied to my post solving my little artifact problem that the programmers appeared not to be interested in fixing. Great script!
same as any .rb files & theres lots of info on this forum.
download from the first post in this thread, move to 'plugins' folder
if it's hidden you can paste this into 'Ruby Console' under 'Window' menu in Sketchup
drag the ruby in and restart SU.
thanks for the brilliant plugin!!
using Proper Animation, Smoothstep & Adobe Lightroom and getting an excellent video
is there any chance of adding support for exporting TIFF files?
dear sir ,
i m pritish from india , trying to render animation with vray can you make tutorial or may be some image/video format to explain your thoughts,it will be helpful .
waiting for your replay.
thanks in advance.
I have been using this plugin for a while but have been running into a few problems, particularly on my PC (Mac to lesser extent). When generating frames, sometimes the frame generation can hang for a considerable amount of time. Standard frames will take a minute or two and then there will be a rogue frame that takes 20mins! Sometimes even as much as an hour! This ain't good. Seems to happen more at HD resolutions. It makes video generating times completely unpredictable.
Some sort of feature to universally number frames so that the animation can be stopped/started or "farmed" to other computers without messing up the frame sequence would also be fantastic.
I know this plugin was written a while ago but I am just hoping Whaat that you will relook at it again because it is a very useful script for my line of work...