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Old 27-04-2009, 10:37 AM   #1
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i had Rendered Frame using vue till me your opinnion
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wish I could see it bigger but I like it, looks pretty good.
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Originally posted by murambi
whats vue used for
Mainly environments.

Yeah I would like to see it bigger, the sides look a little low res so to speak.
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thanks all that's a bigger image

Vue is a 3d application which offer a high end landscape and enviroment and you can use it to render architicture material to. it uses a render engine called cow and it's used in alot of films like chroconil of narinja

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Originally posted by zico_samagoria
chroconil of narinja
i know its mean but i did have a chuckle at this.

they made that movie at my work so its interesting to hear that they used vue.
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Originally posted by hammer.horror
i know its mean but i did have a chuckle at this.

they made that movie at my work so its interesting to hear that they used vue.

HAHA i have done great mistake with the name ... spelling and the name itself the film i mean is "The Spiderwick Chronicles"

http://www.e-onsoftware.com/showcase/spotlights/?page=5


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