Started by Hannes, July 25, 2018, 01:28:42 am
Quote from: Hannes on September 07, 2018, 08:56:01 amLate reply: the first thing I learned in CG was: NEVER render out as a video! Always render single frames. Imagine you render a long animation for days, and during the last frame your computer crashes. Everything will be gone. If you render out in single frames, you'll only have to render the last frame.However, here is another try. I changed some of the displacement settings and reduced the color falloffs to make it look a bit more natural.
Quote from: Oshyan on October 13, 2018, 04:53:14 pmTIFF is actually super widely supported, it's not "enterprise" at all. I find PNG to actually be less widely supported *in video editing software* than TIFF, probably because PNG is more of a web-oriented format.We're very unlikely to add any video compression and container output functionality in the future, it's extraneous to what Terragen needs to be good at. I admit it's convenient, but dev time is better focused on core functionality given the many free options for video compression.- Oshyan
Quote from: dorianvan on September 07, 2019, 09:18:09 pmGreat job. Question. Can water like this (horizontal) be rotated 90 degrees so it looks like this but standing up? I'm wondering about walls of water biblical like and at the top, kind of rounded over to meet the regular horizontal water. Possible?
Quote from: WAS on August 23, 2019, 03:38:40 amThat really just means TG has one little extra option, a few hundred lines, to export a sequence from a completed set without needing another software, and as noted, when not on commercial softwares such as using free editing tools just for a animation with little post, you often need to go through a sequencer tool comprising a few hundred KB or MB tool to than edit in said free software.
Quote from: Oshyan on October 13, 2018, 04:53:14 pmTIFF is actually super widely supported, it's not "enterprise" at all. I find PNG to actually be less widely supported *in video editing software* than TIFF, probably because PNG is more of a web-oriented format.
Quote from: jDglgmut on September 09, 2019, 02:13:29 pmSorry I gotta make an account to defend such nonsense. Course it can few hundred lines of code. Actually less. All you are doing is sequencing the still images TG has already rendered and exported. It's just a process after that completion. I do program, if you didn't know.