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Fuchur last won the day on March 11 2019

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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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    Desktop Hardware: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (3.8 - 4.1 GHz, 8 Core/16 threads), 16 GB DDR-4 RAM (3200 MHz), AMD Radeon RX 570 ( Sapphire D5 RX 570 NITRO+, 8 GB), 525 GB SSD (510/530 MX300), Asus PRIME B350-Plus, Windows 10 (64 bit)AMD PhenomII 1095T (3.5 GHz each of the 6 cores), 8 GB DDR3-RAM,ATI HD4970 1GB, 1TB HDD Samsung SATA III, Asus M4A89T, Windows 10 (64 bit).AMD Phenom II 955 (3.5 GHz each of the 4 cores), 8GB DDR3-RAM, PowerColor ATI / AMD HD4650 1GB DDR5-VRAM, 1 TB Harddrive by Samsung (SATA II), Windows 7 (64bit), Asus M4A79-E, LG Blu-Ray & DVD-Burner with HD-DVD readability.Old-Hardware: Athlon XP 2000+, 1.5 GB DDR-RAM, Aelton Geforce 6800 GT (256 MB)Hardware 2 (Laptop): Athlon 64 3000+, 1.5 GB DDR-RAM, Radeon 9800 64 MB (mobile)NAS: QNAP TS453A (5 TB useable in RAID 5, used for project files)Notebook Hardware:HP Elitebook 745 (AMD APU 7350b, 16 GB DDR3-1600 RAM, 256 GB SSD)Software: Windows 7, 8.1, 10; A:M 8.0, 10-19
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  1. Just extremly well done! And as always not only the animation, lightening and so on is just extremly fun to watch but the whole pacing and style is amazing too. Thank you very much for sharing! Best regards *Fuchur* PS: And guys... #staytheFreakhome !
  2. The default one using OBJ and creating textures and displacementmaps, etc. works, but this one was never working fully (so pretty close) and is not compatible with the current version of A:M (would have to be recompiled for the new version). Have done for instance this with it: https://www.patchwork3d.de/cameleon-86-en It is a nice program for 3d painting and creating models to use retopology afterwards. Best regards *Fuchur*
  3. Thanks a lot Mark – that is great :). Best regards *Fuchur*
  4. Is there a legacy option in your bios boot order? Many UEFIs might not work with an IDE drive. Best regards *Fuchur*
  5. The boot table may be different or your partions are not active, etc. You need to use a tool that is specifically made for cloning whole drives. For instance clonezilla should be able to do what you want. Best regards *Fuchur*
  6. That would not be helpful. Think about what would happen if you would have to rerender a small part of it in half a year. In the end there is baking for such scenarios because it was not exactly like that anyway, but the closer to the original the better :). Best regards *Fuchur*
  7. Actually you can search for custom date ranges... 1.) Search for what you want (for instance *.* if it needs to be everything) 2.) Go to the search options. Then select one of the default ranges like "last week". 3.) After that click on the blue info in the search bar (like "change date: this week"). 4.) Select the range you want in the date selector. Drag your mouse or hold shift and select start and end afterwards. Airplane Mode > This can be useful if you are not sure about a software and if it will transfer unwanted data to the internet for instance. But yes, it is less interesting for a desktop than for a laptop or tablet. Best regards *Fuchur*
  8. All that I can say about all that is: (has to be the greates commercial in the last 5 years )
  9. It is still there if you want to... go to "Details" and not the "Process" tab. But if you do not need it anymore: Even better :). Best regards *Fuchur*
  10. There are a couple... some might not be useful for you, others are pretty much to everybody if you ask me: - "Virtual desktops" for different working styles with different programs and of cause you can reaccess stuff very easily with the timeline feature (if activated). => press and hold windows + tab to see the timeline and the menu to create other desktops. - for me personally one of the best things is of cause the Mixed Reality Center which enables VR for Windows natively if you own such a headset. => if you connect a Mixed Reality Headset you can use VR in the easiest way possible... it just gets started and you are in the VR-Windows home without even one click. Of cause you need to have a MXR headset for that and not everybody like VR, but for me it is very nice. - the action center is pretty nice too... it is just more advanced then anything of that kind we had before. => button next to the clock on the lower right of the screen which is intelligent too... for instance any alerts/toast message are suspended if you are for instance in a game, etc. - Snap assist is great to move windows around and snap them next to each other in predefined sizes... => press Windows-Button and the Arrow keys to reposition a window in a specific place... especially useful for twin-program use on a single screen system or multiple window position on multiple screen systems. You can do that with the mouse too (move the window with the mouse to different borders of your screen... but I am more of the keyboard guy there...) - Microsoft Store and UWP apps.... => this one isn't extremly used by most people, but the sandbox all the UWP apps/store apps are in (very secure) and the clean uninstalling and reinstalling (no UWP app will alter the registery or leave anything behind on your computer after uninstalling) is very nice and pretty secure. - Clipboard / Copy&Paste-feature with a timeline... so you can copy and access not only one thing but several and reaccess copied stuff again later. => press Windows + V. - If you are gaming: Many games are no longer supporting Windows 7 partly for DirectX 12 and partly for DVR reasons. - a new snipping tool built in with more features is on the way.. pretty nice one too. And there are a lot of other smaller changes... some are pretty great (explorer allows to set up very often used settings like visual extensions and hidden files very quickly and not in a very long menu, even so that one is still there), some are not (settings menu... for now I still often prefer the old system menu and some things have to be switch there anyway... but if you are not that experienced you can not do harm to you computer with the settings menu, so it is maybe a plus there for inexperienced users...) Best regars *Fuchur*
  11. It works for me... are you using the turn tool or the move tool in the camera view with shift pressed or are you just using shift/ctrl? Shift and CTRL only will be used to select objects/models. Easiest way is to go to the camera view, press shift and use the middle mouse button to turn the camera or press ctrl and use the middle button to move the camera. Best regards *Fuchur*
  12. You really do not need it... if you want to use the Tiles (which are nice if they are Life tiles with additional fast to access data) just right-click on them and get rid of them one after another... after that it is close to W7 again. But you will start to like it... W7 is nice, but there are a couple of nice features in W10 too... it depends. I would not go back again after I have set W10 the way I wanted it. You will get acustomed after a while... ;). The only thing that really is bad is the search... it really is worse then before. Best regards *Fuchur*
  13. Interesting... which GPU are you running there? Is it still supported by AMD? Best regards *Fuchur*
  14. 42 °C is totally fine even pretty good. Are there other sensors on your board like Motherboard, DIMM, etc? But it is not that common to be a problem if your CPU is that nice.
  15. Pretty nice – sounds like a very good option :). Best regards *Fuchur*
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