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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by Trackmaniack » 21 Jun 2010, 05:44

tcq wrote:
c4rr0t wrote:I reckon that being able to change the sky/mood would be good
This was only for the video and won't be available ingame, as Hylis stated in the forum (can't find the quote atm).
Dammit :( Come on, Hylis! Put that in! I want dynamic tracks!
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by Bramble » 21 Jun 2010, 08:13

I believe he said that the processing overheads etc were too high.
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by Trackmaniack » 21 Jun 2010, 22:47

Bramble wrote:I believe he said that the processing overheads etc were too high.
Ah crap. Well...have Ubi front the cost? :-P
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by Bramble » 23 Jun 2010, 10:45

Trackmaniack wrote:
Bramble wrote:I believe he said that the processing overheads etc were too high.
Ah crap. Well...have Ubi front the cost? :-P
As in processor intensive so that it wouldn't run on low end machines.

Also, it wouldn't be fair having it as an option that automatically turned off on low graphics as it would be an advantage in some circumstances as you wouldn't see the light fade or get bright setting sunlight in your eyes etc.
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by Trackmaniack » 23 Jun 2010, 21:05

Bramble wrote:
Trackmaniack wrote:
Bramble wrote:I believe he said that the processing overheads etc were too high.
Ah crap. Well...have Ubi front the cost? :-P
As in processor intensive so that it wouldn't run on low end machines.

Also, it wouldn't be fair having it as an option that automatically turned off on low graphics as it would be an advantage in some circumstances as you wouldn't see the light fade or get bright setting sunlight in your eyes etc.
Ahh yes...I see your point now.
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by MANIATROLL » 25 Jun 2010, 20:59

would be a good idea that the MT had an external program, like adobe after efects, or to run it from some plugin for MT, to make it more attractive .... Image

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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by metoxys » 26 Jun 2010, 20:07

tcq wrote:
c4rr0t wrote:I reckon that being able to change the sky/mood would be good
This was only for the video and won't be available ingame, as Hylis stated in the forum (can't find the quote atm).
I always read that ingame the time of the day will change.

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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by JumperJack » 26 Jun 2010, 21:29

metoxys wrote:I always read that ingame the time of the day will change.
what is untrue, which reasoning - when you would read the couple of previous posts on this page - was clearly explained by the guys above you.
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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by tcq » 26 Jun 2010, 21:51

Maybe he is thinking a bit about the world globe in the TM menu, which changes during daytime.

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Re: MovieMaking Tools

Post by metoxys » 27 Jun 2010, 14:31

tcq wrote:Maybe he is thinking a bit about the world globe in the TM menu, which changes during daytime.
No.
Definately not.

Well, quite extremely sad that dynamic change of daytime is not possible :cry:

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