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# 1 29-06-2003 , 11:02 AM
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Blood Cells - Animation


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# 2 29-06-2003 , 01:18 PM
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Wow, I'm impressed! Excellent job!

# 3 29-06-2003 , 01:29 PM
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wow what the hell? I am really impressed...looks like everything is moving and the atmosphere...really like inside the body

# 4 29-06-2003 , 05:17 PM
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Thanks guys. I added some sound and fade in/out (see attachment in the first post). Here's a full TV resolution (PAL, square pixels) shot of a frame. Looks good on the telly too imho user added image

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# 5 29-06-2003 , 06:26 PM
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GREAT JOB M8!!!

Great camera work too!


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# 6 29-06-2003 , 09:09 PM
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Great job man!
Excellent stuff!

# 7 30-06-2003 , 05:10 PM
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Hello I'm new here today and I tried to download the bloodcell at the top but when I tried to play it, it said that it had trouble finding the right codec. Could someone please help me?

# 8 30-06-2003 , 05:50 PM
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I believe it´s DIVX encoded.
Try updating your DIVX codec.
Hope you get to solve it. It´s a great piece of VFX.

# 9 30-06-2003 , 09:02 PM
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Hi K-Man,

Looking great... user added image

to adldesigner, thanx for the Lightwave tutorial site with the bloodcell thingie, (I think it was in the other thread)

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# 10 01-07-2003 , 12:57 AM
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That's some great work there, nice atmosphere and camera work.

# 11 01-07-2003 , 03:14 AM
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Wow, this is incredible. i would of been fooled that this was real footage! Keep it up K-man user added image, great stuff.

Strarup, those are some nice bloodcells you made, if you made them look more flakey with a texture that would be cool, and add a microscopic look to it (as adl sugggested in a previous thread im quite sure of). May be a bit too red, other than that.. very good.


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# 12 01-07-2003 , 07:17 AM
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Many thanks...

And yes stephen20, it's encoded with DivX. You can get the codec here: https://www.divx.com/divx/

The sound track is encoded with mp3, any mp3 codec should work...


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# 13 01-07-2003 , 02:18 PM
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Sorry for spam, but...

That´s ****ing brilliant


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# 14 01-07-2003 , 10:50 PM
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Thanks!!!!!

I got it working.

# 15 04-07-2003 , 01:02 AM
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damn it we coulda used your skills on a project we did last term!! user added image great job user added image

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