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#1 cd

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 12:31 PM

Hi,

after rendering a scene I only get a movie (length is correct) which is
of light blue color for the whole movie.
Checked back with and its the same with the last beta 1.4.3.
Tried different quality but its alwas the same oen color movie.
Tried playback with different movie players as well (mediaplayer, vlc).
Anyone encountered such a problem and could help?
Tnx a lot in advance.

#2 Ben_S

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 01:46 PM

A few quick checks:
Are you letting moviestorm render full screen without other movies in the way?
Is the picture there while rendering the same blue screen?
If not, have you got a camera edit? [Go to the camera(s) you want to be shown, and with the timeline at the place you want to start showing them, click the 'cut to this camera' button (on the left)]
Or just render a single camera (from the camera screen, doesnt require an edit).

If that isnt it, let us know more details, and we might be able to work out what the problem is.
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#3 cd

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 02:09 PM

I run Moviestrorm in Window mode, not fullscreen.
No other movie running elsehwere.
During rendering I see the same colored screen.
Had no camera edit, oops.
That's it I guess. With the camera edit it works fine.
Is there a way to change the resultion of the rendered video
I always get 1280*720?
A very small part (upmost 3-5 lines) seem to be wrong (distorted).
Tnx so much for help.


#4 Ben_S

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 02:12 PM

I dont think we yet have a way to change the output resolution, sorry. And moviestorm may distort the edges of rendered video if your screen resoulution isnt big enough to show all of the 1280*720 while it is rendering.
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#5 twak

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 02:26 PM

damn camera edits! we need a sensible default camera, and a bit of a revamp of the editing system to make it clearer.
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#6 HecticRyry

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 09:02 AM

laugh.gif thank you for the advice on rendering without boarders around the screen !!!!!!! i set my Mac resolution to 1680x1280 and the distortion was gone

but i have a question for you .... with such a high res the fan on my computer likes to speed up very fast and cpu gets very hot ... would you know why this might happen ?
3D modeling is what i do best and playing games, there my biggest interests and hopefully my future career. apart from that.... keepin it real

#7 revdoug

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 12:24 PM

I can hear my computer's fan kick into high gear when I'm running Moviestorm.

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#8 HecticRyry

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 11:42 PM

hmmmmmm...... i tell you what i do though, Moviestorm has driven me to suspend my laptop on 4 door stoppers to allow the under heat sink to circulate more air... why have i been driven to this madness !!! lol

or just ignore it
3D modeling is what i do best and playing games, there my biggest interests and hopefully my future career. apart from that.... keepin it real


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