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26/03/2014 09:27:18

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Parent company DIGIMANIA's showreel.

Assume this was all done in the (soon to be released?) Muvizu:Pro. I do hope there is an enthusiast version of this software as I cannot see Muvizu:Play having it's capabilities extended much further.

http://vimeo.com/89139096
edited by toonarama on 26/03/2014
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26/03/2014 10:57:13

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Looks good!
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26/03/2014 15:55:24

Wizaerd
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Do we know this was made with Muvizu? because as I watched it, I didn't see anything that screamed out at me "This is Muvizu!!!"
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26/03/2014 16:25:04

urbanlamb
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Wizaerd wrote:
Do we know this was made with Muvizu? because as I watched it, I didn't see anything that screamed out at me "This is Muvizu!!!"


I dont think this was made in a real time engine.
edited by urbanlamb on 26/03/2014
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26/03/2014 16:30:26

Wizaerd
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urbanlamb wrote:
Wizaerd wrote:
Do we know this was made with Muvizu? because as I watched it, I didn't see anything that screamed out at me "This is Muvizu!!!"


I dont think this was made in a real time engine.
edited by urbanlamb on 26/03/2014



I would have to agree. Sure it'd be nice to get that level of detail and animation within Muvizu, but then it wouldn't be Muvizu and still be as easy to use as Muvizu is today.
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26/03/2014 17:44:04

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Its a shame that Muvizu HQ is like the Kremlin these days, otherwise they might have let us nosey Parker's know
edited by toonarama on 26/03/2014
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26/03/2014 18:27:44

primaveranz
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toonarama wrote:
Parent company DIGIMANIA's showreel.

Assume this was all done in the (soon to be released?) Muvizu:Pro.


I'd be quite confident that it wasn't or, if it was, that the software will cost around $3000 when released.

I think it is more likely this is just an advert for Digimania's animation department so they can pick up other work as the Muvizu product is not proving to be a money spinner.

But we'll probably have to wait for WikiLeaks to tell us more
edited by primaveranz on 26/03/2014
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27/03/2014 01:22:27

InsaneHamster
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I would have to agree. I don't see Muvizu getting to that level of animating anytime in this eon! Would be awesome if it was though. I would pay out some doe for that but it would end up like Muvizu is now stagnant waiting for a major character, animation, asset upgrade, or until Muvizu gives the users the capabilities of creating custom character animations and importing user created characters.

I do wonder at times where Muvizu is heading. sometimes I see an Open Source ending I'm sad to say. God I hope not. But Muvizu is limited to what the developers will let the users use. So with that in mind Muvizu will always be sub par to other animation software, no matter the ease of use is. It's apparent with the fact they didn't use Muvizu for thier show reel. Or maybe I am just being a stick in the mud and have to much time on my hands which means I should be animating instead of posting on the forums lol

Hamster out!
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27/03/2014 09:36:07

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Don't underestimate the mystical powers of Muvizu - the scottish are very clever people, if surprisingly reticent to speak!
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27/03/2014 09:41:47

primaveranz
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toonarama wrote:
Don't underestimate the mystical powers of Muvizu - the scottish are very clever people, if surprisingly reticent to speak!

Some of us are neither
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27/03/2014 12:58:07

InsaneHamster
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So I had to look up what "reticent" meant. So if nothing else comes from this thread I learned a new werd And that I am not reticent that's for sure just ask my wife lol
edited by InsaneHamster on 27/03/2014
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28/03/2014 09:01:05

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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From the DIGIMANIA website

"Our exciting rapid realtime render engine is already delivering high quality renders in minutes rather than hours and we want you to be among the first to hear about the software and its general release in Summer 2014".

Looks like the community may be correct that this is a different beast to Muvizu:Pro
edited by toonarama on 28/03/2014
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28/03/2014 12:34:53

InsaneHamster
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Yea I was reading that also. I have to admit it did peak my interest so I had to sign up for email notifications lol.
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28/03/2014 16:14:30

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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I don't know, but they use similar wording when talking of Muvizu:Pro

Near real-time rendering in Muvizu:Pro (in development) allows animators to see a finished scene in minutes instead of hours.
Once built into an animation pipeline Muvizu:Pro reduces the time of production and optimises workflow processes and costs.
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30/08/2014 06:18:49

mos6507
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This is their RenderDigimania product. I took a look at it. All it does is take FBX scene files you export from something like Maya and render them with a realtime engine. There is NO capability to actually script your animation in the program. It's of no use to Muvizu users.
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02/09/2014 18:09:59

muvizu_chapMuvizu staff
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As mos said this won't be of much use to the majority of Muvizu users as it is intended for professional animators and studios. It is purely a rendering tool so think of it a very high end equivalent of the 'Make Video' function in Muvizu. There's a bit more info in this video
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