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10/04/10 08:16 PM
Re: Bryce as a tool [re: MatrixWorkz]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

First you have to do the Vue 360-degree render in the right proportions so it can be saved in Bryce as a Quicktime movie.  I did mine at 1368 x 456 pixels.  After rendering in Vue and saving this .bmp image, and after doing any 2D editing you want to do, open Bryce, set up a document in these dimensions, load th eimage, and save it as a Quicktime movie, i.e., a panoramic scene.  All Bryce does is allow you to do the Quicktime saving after you've edited your image, stronger colors, or whatever.

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*Bryce as a tool dreamart   01/19/10 08:51 PM
.*Re: Bryce as a tool dreamart   04/23/20 12:33 PM
.*Re: Bryce as a tool Flufz   04/30/20 09:43 AM
.*Re: Bryce as a tool mobilax   05/14/20 07:50 AM
.*Re: Bryce as a tool Applemag1   04/23/20 04:27 AM
.*Re: Bryce as a tool MatrixWorkz   10/04/10 07:52 PM
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.*Re: Bryce as a tool MatrixWorkz   10/04/10 08:33 PM
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