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written by Onforty on Jan 09, 2009 12:34
I hate blender, not the best interface in the world. But thanks Parsis, i think i will use that program instead.
written by 4616599 on Jan 09, 2009 15:00
Out of curiosity... how does Blender compare with Cinema 4D? (I have the demo version(download from http://www.maxoncomputer.com/download_demo.asp ), which does everything except save, and have been fiddling around with it enough to make mediocre animations if I had the full version)
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Jan 09, 2009 23:23
4616599 said:
Out of curiosity... how does Blender compare with Cinema 4D?
I really don't know; I myself am kinda new the CGI world. Either way I said I'd post photo of the Noctis Movie once I got things going again, so here it is, there supposed to be the Mothge before becoming Lithium Eaters. Any suggestions would be great.

http://anywherebb.com/postline/cd/jpgs/uYGhCCUh1vFdOS3hHH4.jpg
written by Cryoburner on Jan 10, 2009 07:35
Parsis said:
Either way I said I'd post photo of the Noctis Movie once I got things going again, so here it is, there supposed to be the Mothge before becoming Lithium Eaters.
Cats! : D It looks nice. I don't really have any suggestions.
Aside from maybe having one of them playing solitaire. : P

4616599 said:
Out of curiosity... how does Blender compare with Cinema 4D?
I haven't had any experience with Cinema 4D, but it's in the same class as Blender. It's difficult to directly compare high-end 3D editors with one another, since each offer different features and interfaces. One place you might reference is TDT 3D's 3D software comparison table, which should give you a rough idea where each package stands in terms of features and market penetration. Since the information is about a year old, most of these packages have seen a major release since then, so the stats might have changed a little.

Blender's greatest advantage is that it's free, while the other full-featured 3D editors can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. That alone might make it the most attractive option for begginner or freelance use. On the other hand, not as many design companies currently work with Blender in house. To a decent sized company, the cost of software licenses is relatively minor, so that isn't as much of a deciding factor to them. If you're planning on doing 3D graphics professionally for other companies, it's probably worth learning more than one 3D package.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Jan 31, 2009 06:48
Sorry for taking so long with the film, but I'm very busy with my schooling and my other films; when I have the time I may show something from the Noctis film.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Feb 03, 2009 16:54
Am curious, is Noctis copywritten?
written by Cryoburner on Feb 03, 2009 18:50
Technically, any artistic work someone creates is considered under 'copyright', even without them officially registering it. I believe Noctis is released under Alex's WTOF license, though I'm not sure if he even uses that anymore, and a copy doesn't seem to be included with the current Noctis package.

I can't speak for Alex, but I imagine he doesn't care too much so long as he is credited as creator of the Noctis universe. Also, he might appreciate if it was noted that you might take some liberties with the official Noctis scenario. : P
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Feb 11, 2009 23:58
Well thanks Cryo, my curiosity has depleted by one, but now I have another question, see am planning to download the Noctis Movie into my web-site or youtube, would it be wrong to use copywritten music for this film ,or should I compose it myself ,or possibly use Royal Music.
Any info would be awesome.
written by Cryoburner on Feb 12, 2009 03:10
If the music is used without permission, then there's the possibility that the copyright holder might eventually ask either you or the video sharing site to take the video down. It's probably best to use music with permission.

The Creative Commons music section of SampleSwap is one place to look for free audio tracks. Icons next to each track indicate what permissions the author allows for their use. They typically require you to give the author credit, and most are for noncommercial use.

Composing your own music is certainly an option, but it also requires a bit more effort. : )
written by Sitcon on Feb 12, 2009 05:25
Omg the Noctis movie trailer look's so awesome ive seen it for the first time im simply amazed!

The falysian stuff is realy realy cool i love how they look, coming from a 14 year old boy who only know's how to use game maker 7.0 and no other program's this realy is great for me.

Infact it realy idolises what i want to do i want to make game's for a living, your a good roll model to me Parsis i want to see this in 2010 im so exited!
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Feb 13, 2009 07:24
Wow 100 posts thats unbelievable I should post a photo or something, either way, thanks Cryo for the info it really helped ,and Sitcon thanks for the complement you yourself have inspired me to make this film awesome.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Feb 16, 2009 18:06
Well I was just checking to see if my web-site is large enough to hold my noctis film, and sad to say it is not. Do you guys have any suggestions of were I might find a web-site creator large enough, and possibly free, to hold several films.
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on Feb 16, 2009 18:31
Why not splitting it in parts and post it on youtube?

Make them around 10 minutes each (that's the length of most multi part videos on youtube), I guess it has some sense.
interplanetary man
written by Parsis on Feb 16, 2009 18:38
Neuzd said:
Why not splitting it in parts and post it on youtube?

Make them around 10 minutes each (that's the length of most multi part videos on youtube), I guess it has some sense.
It's definetly under consideration, but i prefer a film in whole, especially Noctis ,since it seems to be coming out quite awesome.
night fth
written by Ferinex on Feb 16, 2009 22:54
You could run a webserver right from your computer, and register a domain name to your IP/directory of your website. I used to do this with Abyss Webserver
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