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Old 04-05-2003, 06:56 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to achieve the look of Police lights? Not just the on/off lights, I mean the turning, flashing lights.

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for the flashing you could key the glow atribute of the shader so at frame 1 its .5 then at frame 10 its 0 then . 5 at 20 - go to the graph editor and select curves-> post infinity so it repeats the cycle
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for the turning you could key one rotation of the light then go to the graph editor and select post inifinity again
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hope thats what you need
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mmmm... not quite, but close. I'll put that to use though and see what I come up with.

Looking back on this I can see it's a really simple task. Im sure with a little time I can get the right look. Only problem is, I dont have a lot of time as this is something I need for my thesis project, so Im looking for the most direct way to do it.

For those who are big 'COPS' fans or anyone who just has a fascination for those red and blue lights, you know what Im looking for.

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