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01-22-2004 14:21

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denis caspar

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Another wish would be an instruction allowing capturing in a file a continuation of views for create an animation . This request does not seem to me excessive no more and would open the door has the creation of small movies composed by pictures generated by code. A beautiful argument for your magnificent software.

Denis

02-08-2004 19:20

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Mark Tully

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Do you mean in essence, taking lots of screen shots of your TNT game in action and recording them into a quicktime movie or something? If so, try Snapz from Ambrosia.

Cheers,

Mark

02-09-2004 03:38

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denis caspar

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Is it possible to save the contains of individuals canvases in jpg or pict files to a folder since Hyeroglyph during the flow of the program?.
That would be sufficient for me...

It is the same kind of relationship between a music generated inside the program or imported - pictrure captured outside the execution and pictures generated by an action, a specific situation.

Thank you very much
Denis

02-09-2004 04:25

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'''and especially usefull for calcalated pictures like fractals (1hour/pict), or to animate a Hopalong program, or for scientific use. A small routine to capture a picture, a frame, or a selected canvas every time you need to save a new stage.
Somthing like
SAVE IMAGE x,y to ....,CANVAS
EXPORT CANVAS ^,"path/folder/finename",NUMBER OF PICT...etc..
(The assembly of the pictures is not the problem).
Only the capture of canvases, in numbered sequences
For me, this solution is more attracting and creativ. Snapz is fantastic, but it is not the same way.
Can you imagine a fractal animation with 250 frames and 1h30 per shoot?.

Folder" name: ANIMATION:
TNTimage0
TNTimage1
TNTimage2
TNTimage3
TNTimage4
TNTimage5
TNTimaget
For Christmas?? this is a great idea...
Merci Mark for answer.

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