JeremyR
"This vid is a continuation from Pt1 and discusses how to use surface normal as aimDirection for your instanced objects, also some things to be aware of while passing normal data through the boundingObject. You will also learn the new scatter feature of projection mapping to position your points and the passing of color UV data into vertex points so that you can use textures or files to control objectIndex."

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ruchitinfushion
Any chance to get compressed video??
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JeremyR
Do you want me to upload a copy to fileShare or something? Currently the video is compressed with MP4 high settings at 1282x942px. How much compression would you like?
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pshipkov
That's pretty cool man, thanks.
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ruchitinfushion
hmmmm..I saw many ppl which can compress 1GB data to 100-10 MB.Don't know wht is trick behind that but yeah ppl are doing this kind of stuff.

@pshipkov
 you can add node in Soup ,where ppl can fill tons of data & output will be High compressed sweet corn called corn soup.He he he he.Lol
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pshipkov
Good idea, adding it to my to-do list.
This way i will classify for government subsidies as corn producer.
:D

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JeremyR
ruchitinfushion wrote:
hmmmm..I saw many ppl which can compress 1GB data to 100-10 MB.Don't know wht is trick behind that but yeah ppl are doing this kind of stuff.

Well I could reduce the quality and size to get it down to 100MB if you like it isnt that hard to do, it just makes it harder for the viewer to see finer details like values in text fields etc.
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JeremyR
pshipkov wrote:
That's pretty cool man, thanks.

Thanks for all your help :)
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ruchitinfushion

I think you are using techsmith camtasia studio..right? if yes then ,try to save your project in *.mov with animation in high quality settings.After that using quicktime you can export in H:264 with gamma correction in video properties to gain original sharp quality.And if you are on "macintosh os" then you will be very lucky bcz there is one more codec called X:264 which is great.See this
http://ae.tutsplus.com/tutorials/workflow/quick-tip-better-compression-with-x264/

And in future if you are planing to make tutorial for gnomon then try this

http://www.sorensonmedia.com/
hope that day will come soon.All the best:thumb:
 
@pshipkov
many customer are in waiting list:lol:
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JeremyR
I use SnapzProX to generate .mov and then MPEG streamclip to export as .MP4 using H:264 compression which does a decent job. Unless you have a problem with bandwidth, then Ill just leave it like that.
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ruchitinfushion
aikiman thax for your reply.For now it's ok,will try to download by other trick.Thank you

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