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Old 08-09-2005, 11:27 PM   #1
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ok i would like to show you my water simulation but i dont know how to put it in my treth so you can download it. someone can help me.
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Old 09-09-2005, 01:16 AM   #2
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i tryed to put my video into a winrar file but its still too big.how can i compress it more so i can import it in my threat
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If you've got your own website/hosting then put it there and link it in your thread.
Otherwise create a really small version of your movie and then try rar'ing it up.
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use a codec to make it smaller, if its only a few meg too big u cud use that tool simply maya uses to split it into sections?
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how can i use a codec.
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in maya, it gives you the options when you create an avi to add a codec to it, use divx
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i finaly find a way to show you my water simlation.
C&C are welcome
here it is:
http://media.putfile.com/water_simulation_2
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lal very good , better than what i can make thats for sure , goojob.com
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looks a bit like goo more than water. I think its becuase water dosnt splash that much in that ammount of clump
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thanx for the comment and i know it doesnt really look like water but i think it look cool.anyway i dont think i am able to do better lol.i could adjust setting but it took me about 1 hour to render all the frame(180) so i think it will stay like that or if i ajust that, it wont be for now.
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