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04/07/2016 06:53:10

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Ill send them to you tomorrow ok, something came up.
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04/07/2016 06:54:13

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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I'll send the files to you tomorrow, something major came up.
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04/07/2016 07:57:38

tonyob67
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I don't know how but I guess we can try that...thank you for your help
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04/07/2016 13:30:10

Rocque
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Both of the cinemas look fantastic. Clayster's has the characters in line and that is a nice addition to the scene. They are both very nostalgic looking because where I live you either buy your tickets online, or at an ATM looking device outside the theater or inside if you want to actually buy from a real live person. It has been a long time since I have seen a ticket seller outside a cinema. I imagine that some never will and wonder why it is there in your scene. Hopefully they will find out the history behind having the ticket seller outside. The Pantages Theater in Hollywood still has that old time feel to it (or at least it did the last time I was there to see a play).

Your sets remind me of a time when life was less threatening, and going to see a movie was more fun. I look forward to seeing what you create with the set.

Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set? When you have some spare time, can you make some tutorials on your set making magic?
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04/07/2016 16:01:17

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set?


yeah Clayster.. that's insanely fast. I couldn't even decide what I want to do in 5 minutes, let alone do it.

Excellent work too.. both of them!

Tonyob67, Nice work on the glass enclosure around the attendant!
edited by PatMarrNC on 04/07/2016
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04/07/2016 16:26:22

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Rocque wrote:
It has been a long time since I have seen a ticket seller outside a cinema. I imagine that some never will and wonder why it is there in your scene. Hopefully they will find out the history behind having the ticket seller outside. The Pantages Theater in Hollywood still has that old time feel to it (or at least it did the last time I was there to see a play).

Your sets remind me of a time when life was less threatening, and going to see a movie was more fun.


ah, Rocque... you need to get outside California more often! Heah in the South it's still fun and non-threatening to go see a movie! And the tickets here are still bought at the front of the theater, sold by real people. In fact, I've gone to the cinema in several different states... even once in California... , and I bought my ticket out front from a real person at each of the theaters
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04/07/2016 17:19:56

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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tonyob67 wrote:
I like yours better, but I have a problem opening the file, I download it already, but when trying to open the file, I get an error license message



do you have a license version of muvizu, because I made it in ase format, and i think you must have the license version in order to use file, so that maybe why you get the error.
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04/07/2016 17:21:25

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Rocque wrote:
Both of the cinemas look fantastic. Clayster's has the characters in line and that is a nice addition to the scene. They are both very nostalgic looking because where I live you either buy your tickets online, or at an ATM looking device outside the theater or inside if you want to actually buy from a real live person. It has been a long time since I have seen a ticket seller outside a cinema. I imagine that some never will and wonder why it is there in your scene. Hopefully they will find out the history behind having the ticket seller outside. The Pantages Theater in Hollywood still has that old time feel to it (or at least it did the last time I was there to see a play).

Your sets remind me of a time when life was less threatening, and going to see a movie was more fun. I look forward to seeing what you create with the set.

Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set? When you have some spare time, can you make some tutorials on your set making magic?



Ok what kind of tutorial would you like to see?
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04/07/2016 17:33:08

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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tonyob67 wrote:
I don't know how but I guess we can try that...thank you for your help


ok I messaged you the link to the model files, download them and try importing them into muvizu, they are ase format, muvizu lets you import fbx, and ase, before you do and I could be wrong, but i think you must have muvizu play+, so that may not let you import ase if you don't have play+
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04/07/2016 17:44:37

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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PatMarrNC wrote:
Rocque wrote:
It has been a long time since I have seen a ticket seller outside a cinema. I imagine that some never will and wonder why it is there in your scene. Hopefully they will find out the history behind having the ticket seller outside. The Pantages Theater in Hollywood still has that old time feel to it (or at least it did the last time I was there to see a play).

Your sets remind me of a time when life was less threatening, and going to see a movie was more fun.


ah, Rocque... you need to get outside California more often! Heah in the South it's still fun and non-threatening to go see a movie! And the tickets here are still bought at the front of the theater, sold by real people. In fact, I've gone to the cinema in several different states... even once in California... , and I bought my ticket out front from a real person at each of the theaters




I work part time as a manager at a cinema, and we have both, the ticket window, and atm, so the Box office is still there.
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04/07/2016 18:28:08

tonyob67
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PatMarrNC wrote:
Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set?


yeah Clayster.. that's insanely fast. I couldn't even decide what I want to do in 5 minutes, let alone do it.

Excellent work too.. both of them!

Tonyob67, Nice work on the glass enclosure around the attendant!
edited by PatMarrNC on 04/07/2016




Thanks, I used windows and glasses from Klayser's set haha.....Thank you the 2 of you for your great help
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04/07/2016 18:32:27

tonyob67
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clayster2012 wrote:
tonyob67 wrote:
I like yours better, but I have a problem opening the file, I download it already, but when trying to open the file, I get an error license message



do you have a license version of muvizu, because I made it in ase format, and i think you must have the license version in order to use file, so that maybe why you get the error.





Yes I have I license, I bought Muvizu play+ a few weeks ago, I am learning to use the program and also sketchup pro, but I can not make the pexporter plugin work's, every thing looks differente on my computer than the tutorials.
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04/07/2016 18:36:47

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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clayster2012 wrote:
Rocque wrote:

Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set? When you have some spare time, can you make some tutorials on your set making magic?


Ok what kind of tutorial would you like to see?


I guess the next question would be: "and in what modelling app?" since the step by step procedures would be different depending on what program you're using.

For me, a generic description of what needs to be done just doesn't cut it.. I need step by step "click this button then select that option..." instructions.

Milkshape is free, and it has an ASE export capability, and I know you use that app quite a bit... so I vote that if you ever make a tutorial , you should make it with Milkshape in mind.
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04/07/2016 18:37:42

tonyob67
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Rocque wrote:
Both of the cinemas look fantastic. Clayster's has the characters in line and that is a nice addition to the scene. They are both very nostalgic looking because where I live you either buy your tickets online, or at an ATM looking device outside the theater or inside if you want to actually buy from a real live person. It has been a long time since I have seen a ticket seller outside a cinema. I imagine that some never will and wonder why it is there in your scene. Hopefully they will find out the history behind having the ticket seller outside. The Pantages Theater in Hollywood still has that old time feel to it (or at least it did the last time I was there to see a play).

Your sets remind me of a time when life was less threatening, and going to see a movie was more fun. I look forward to seeing what you create with the set.

Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set? When you have some spare time, can you make some tutorials on your set making magic?

Well, I live in Mexico, and I am almost sure that in latin America we all have some person selling tickets at the entrance so it will be normal for the young latin people that see my videos hahaha...Thank you for your nice comments
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04/07/2016 18:40:17

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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tonyob67 wrote:
Yes I have I license, I bought Muvizu play+ a few weeks ago, I am learning to use the program and also sketchup pro, but I can not make the pexporter plugin work's, every thing looks differente on my computer than the tutorials.

You might want to use the older Sketchup 8: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-_4UVPr59ACNjBQSTNYRjNwQkE
This way you can use the Ziggymesh exporter which removes most of the collision automatically, making things work much better in Muvizu. http://www.rodneyandberty.com/#!downloads/rmmoz
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04/07/2016 18:42:43

tonyob67
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tonyob67 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set?


yeah Clayster.. that's insanely fast. I couldn't even decide what I want to do in 5 minutes, let alone do it.

Excellent work too.. both of them!

Tonyob67, Nice work on the glass enclosure around the attendant!
edited by PatMarrNC on 04/07/2016




Thanks, I used windows and glasses from Klayser's set haha.....Thank you the 2 of you for your great help




I am sorry, I made I mistake, I used the glass from ziggy72 set ...Thank you frined
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04/07/2016 18:53:02

tonyob67
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MrDrWho13 wrote:
tonyob67 wrote:
Yes I have I license, I bought Muvizu play+ a few weeks ago, I am learning to use the program and also sketchup pro, but I can not make the pexporter plugin work's, every thing looks differente on my computer than the tutorials.

You might want to use the older Sketchup 8: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-_4UVPr59ACNjBQSTNYRjNwQkE
This way you can use the Ziggymesh exporter which removes most of the collision automatically, making things work much better in Muvizu. http://www.rodneyandberty.com/#!downloads/rmmoz




I will try that..Thank you
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04/07/2016 20:18:53

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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tonyob67 wrote:
tonyob67 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set?


yeah Clayster.. that's insanely fast. I couldn't even decide what I want to do in 5 minutes, let alone do it.

Excellent work too.. both of them!

Tonyob67, Nice work on the glass enclosure around the attendant!
edited by PatMarrNC on 04/07/2016




Thanks, I used windows and glasses from Klayser's set haha.....Thank you the 2 of you for your great help




I am sorry, I made I mistake, I used the glass from ziggy72 set ...Thank you frined


Glad you found a use for it. I was going to put all my glass sheets up on the Assets page, but then they stopped allowing models before I got round to it and now I can't. I'm going to have to make my own page somewhere to host all this stuff...
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04/07/2016 20:37:19

Rocque
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PatMarrNC wrote:
clayster2012 wrote:
Rocque wrote:

Note to Clayster: 5 minutes to create your set? When you have some spare time, can you make some tutorials on your set making magic?


Ok what kind of tutorial would you like to see?


I guess the next question would be: "and in what modelling app?" since the step by step procedures would be different depending on what program you're using.

For me, a generic description of what needs to be done just doesn't cut it.. I need step by step "click this button then select that option..." instructions.

Milkshape is free, and it has an ASE export capability, and I know you use that app quite a bit... so I vote that if you ever make a tutorial , you should make it with Milkshape in mind.


If there were tutorials by you, Clayster, I would get that program, and the price of Milkshape sounds great to me. I am not sure if my mind can hold one more thing of new knowledge right now, but just knowing that there would be some step by step help in the future would be something to look forward to.

I am like Pat when it comes to learning. I need baby steps and each step shown or I get lost very easily. I am losing count of how many times I have watched the Muvizu tutorials. I am very glad they are available, and with the added ones on YouTube, I am getting by. I am also glad there is pause, back up, and start over available on those.
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05/07/2016 00:21:38

clayster2012Muvizu mogul
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Lol..ok well milkshape has a free trial, I think 17 days, I would try it first to see if you would be at ease with it, but it isn't very hard to learn, when I get time I'll throw a few tuts at yaw, just got to decide what kind to start with first.
edited by clayster2012 on 05/07/2016
edited by clayster2012 on 05/07/2016
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