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Re: Improve rendering speed

Parkinbot
Hi Ronaldo,

sorry, I can't play the video. None of my players will accept it. To animate OpenSCAD frames into an video MovieMaker is a good choice.

BTW: this is one the YouTube films from the guy who coauthored the papier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWLHPKsExaI 
You can find more films in his channel.
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Ronaldo
What a shame your players don't play it. I use VLC as media player and it plays everything I throw to it.

The Youtube video is awesome! It is one more motivation to read the paper. Thank you.

2016-06-21 18:31 GMT-03:00 Parkinbot <[hidden email]>:
Hi Ronaldo,

sorry, I can't play the video. None of my players will accept it. To animate
OpenSCAD frames into an video MovieMaker is a good choice.

BTW: this is one the YouTube films from the guy who coauthored the papier.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWLHPKsExaI
You can find more films in his channel.



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I had to update VLC (was still running 1.11) and now it plays the film. Nice. Well done. Is it rendered with OpenSCAD?
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Ronaldo
Yes. I rendered the Schwarz surface with the f-rep system with 8 increasing resolutions and saved their stls. For lower resolution, the rendered model is disconnected in many parts. For intermediate resolution, the model is rendered with some holes. In another OpenSCAD code, I load the stl files and do the camera animation, fading in and fading out each stl model in turn. The dumped images were sequenced with ffmpeg. I borrowed the fade functions from D.Bramley's AnimationMotionLibrary for OpenSCAD.

2016-06-21 20:44 GMT-03:00 Parkinbot <[hidden email]>:
I had to update VLC (was still running 1.11) and now it plays the film. Nice.
Well done. Is it rendered with OpenSCAD?



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Ah I see. This is a lot of work (and too much time) when doing it with OpenSCAD. I wouldn't do more than basic animated functional descriptions of designs made for 3D-printing with OpenSCAD.

There is a lot specialized Software for this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIPu9_OGFgc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw89cwVW_Lo
https://player.vimeo.com/video/80829002?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&color=e84c3d

Your mp4 reports a framesize of 16x160. Maybe this is the problem, why most players don't accept it.
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