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    Robert Holmén
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    Win 7 64-bit Q6600 2.4 GHz 8GBNVIDIA GT240
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  1. A graphics card won't make much difference in Final renders, if that is what you mean. The rendering is all CPU. For real-time, try both the OpenGL/OpenGL3 settings to see which does best after a restart.
  2. Hi John, That is indeed a bug. I've encountered it earlier AM Report https://reports.hash.com/view.php?id=7015 Steffen has fixed it for version v19m which is about to be released. Until then, you'll have to go back to v15 (!) for the proper real-time display of multiple sprite systems. But v19m is coming soon.
  3. This cartoon must have been filmed in my house. It has the mice, it has the obsolete "post and tube" wiring, and it has the boards just barely held together by a nail driven through a corner. "Yankee Dood It" (1956)
  4. Don't be crossed! Come to Live Answer Time at Noon CDT on Saturday September 19, 2020 Actor Ben Turpin was born on this day in 1869
  5. If you are still having trouble with the rotoscope issue you could bring your project to Live Answer Time on Saturday and we could try to ascertain the problem.
  6. What file format is your rotoscope? Try substituting it into the sample PRJ and see if it still works. in Tools>Options>Global try switching the "Real time Driver" to the other choice and restart A:M
  7. In a simple test, it seemed to work for me. I'd need to know more about your project. Try this. Load this PRJ and render it and post the result. RotoTest01.zip Use the Render Preset that is included. You load it ("Load a Preset") in the render panel. Welcome back!
  8. How did you match the shape to your face when you were modeling it?
  9. It's good it comes in black... for formal occasions, like the symphony and theater premieres. What is the "transparent sealing foil"?
  10. That is an interesting idea. I've never done anything with translucency.
  11. In "Satan's Waitin'" (1953,) Hell for cats is like one of the visions of Fatima, a fiery pit of snarling, snapping, bulldog demons. I don't think this one ever made it to the Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Funtime Hour on Saturday morning.
  12. I have been stumped by not being able to re-name imported Chors or anything else. Until i remembered... that I have to do Project>Embed All to force the asset to no longer be saved separately from the PRJ. As long as the asset is saved by itself on disk and only linked to by the PRJ you can't rename it in the PRJ. You can tell if an asset is external because it has the Floppy disk on its icon. Another option is to rename the file in Windows before you load it.
  13. I have updated the first post with modern instructions for current AM users to install AM v15 and also an update explaining a workaround for the "neck". Go to the top of the thread and read it!
  14. Flying frog doesn't have to wait for the flies to come to him.
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