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Fuchur last won the day on July 17

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    I live in Karlsruhe, Germany and studied Media Engineering at the UAS in Offenburg. Today I am working for a middle-size fullservice media-agency in the web, animation and video-department.

    I like to do all kinds of artwork and creative things in general. I write, paint, make music and I like to animate and model (in A:M and with physical materials). But I although like to develope in PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML and sometimes in Java and ActionScript.

    I am using A:M since version 8.0(2000), and keept it up to date each year. So I am now using A:M 18. As you can see I am quite happy with A:M.
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  1. Pretty nice and looks like a good continuity. Well done.
  2. This is very interesting – I thought it was just an annoying effect in 3d software, but it seems to be real live.
  3. Rename it to exe. But be a little careful. It means the webserver does not recognize the format correctly.
  4. Interesting final downloads... it is a 2 GB ".jpg" ;). Very likely you can rename it to exe or zip after download, so it is very interesting. Thank you very much for mentioning anyway. *Fuchur*
  5. ...and now I updated my server because it started to happen more frequently. We should be back to normal or even faster than before. Best regards *Fuchur*
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    HBD Robert

    Happy Birthday Rob :). Thank you very much for all the help and hard work on the forums and elsewhere. Have a great day! *Fuchur*
  7. Thanks for letting me know. It should be back online. Best regards *Fuchur*
  8. If you want to create a HighRes screenshot there are several possibilities: 1.) Create one just with Windows Tools with the "Snipping tool" or by pressing "Windows + Shift + S". Both will capture the currently visible screen in the resolution your screen provides at the given time. 2.) Create a Snapshot with A:M itself by clicking on the S with the floppy disc above the modelling window. It will not show you anything, but you will find a new image in the directory shown under "Tools > Options > Backup > Directory for saving Snapshots". 3.) If you want an even higher resolution picture do the same like in step 2 and press "CTRL" while hitting the S button OR right-click in a modeling window and choose "Apply Snapshot". After that a dialog will open which allows you to create a screenshot as large as your GPU is capable of rendering by moving the slider to the right and will save it in the folder specified below that. You can select TGA, PNG, JPEG and EXR by clicking on the "browse"-button next to the folder path. Anyway you are never going to get the same quality from "screenshots" or "snapshots" as if you render them out because the blue final render button is what that is meant for. Best regards *Fuchur*
  9. Could you rephrase your question? "How do I make a image file using Hash? is it even possible to make it?" Of cause it is... A:M of cause can do that, evern easier than rendering a movie file. But I am not sure if you are even asking for that. If you are: 1.) You just click on the blue render button with the floppy disc next to it. 2.) Make sure to select "Advanced" in the next menu if it looks like in the screenshot. 3.) Select the image format you want.. BMP, JPEG, PNG, TARGA, TIF, OPENEXR, PSD are all image file formats. Use which ever you want. 4.) Hit "ok" and wait for it to finish.
  10. That is Boris Jelzin yes, and Bush Senior and a couple of other politicians yes. Best regards *Fuchur*
  11. Hey guys, I wish you all the best and a great celebration time Best regards *Fuchur*
  12. I really like the rendering style and the animation with the little "motionfull" holds and so on. Very well done and very lifelike :). Best regards *Fuchur*
  13. This maybe helping too: https://www.patchwork3d.de/basics-of-patch-modelling-80-en Best regards *Fuchur*
  14. I never saw that till now in a thread: "18 years later..."
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