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- Thu Apr 26, 2007 4:55 am
- Forum: Other Exporters
- Topic: Dev-thread trueSpace2Indigo v0.7 Expoter
- Replies: 16
- Views: 15647
Is this only for Truespace 7? If it worked with the Truespace 6.6 demo, I might give it a try for fun just to make a change from Blender (which I use all the time for serious work).
- Sat Apr 21, 2007 10:14 am
- Forum: Exporter Development
- Topic: Violet source code released
- Replies: 5
- Views: 3700
Thanks Ono. I tend to trust people who release their work under GPL - it shows a certain integrity which matters to me. I've been on these forums a while but I haven't posted any work. Unfortunately, my current project isn't in the photorealism area of things. Still, this is a great forum and I love...
- Fri Apr 20, 2007 5:37 am
- Forum: SketchUp
- Topic: SkIndigo Progress Updates (Whaat's Development Blog)
- Replies: 122
- Views: 24772
A couple of life-saving open source programs to add to your list (I cannot believe I forgot to mention them!): Avisynth - http://avisynth.org/ Very powerful framesever scripting system (Windows) FWC - http://fwutilities.sourceforge.net/download.html . This is a filewatcher that can run processes on ...
It's funny how you don't think about cross-platform issues when you're a windows-only user. I use windows currently but I'm praying for the day when I can move over to linux (mainly game issues). I feel it is important to use cross-platform (mainly linux/windows) software so I don't get tied to Mic...
[Could you] email which are open source and which are freeware? Then I'll update the list. Cheers. I started working down the list before I realised you had already done it! There are a couple of errors in the freeware section which I have here for you to correct. I have also subclassified by opera...
Great GPL Screenshot utility (open source) http://smartision-sc.sourceforge.net/ Nice list on the site! I would suggest you separate opensource from freeware. Most of the softwares I have suggested are open source. Occasionally, freeware has its place (like indigo!) but I would be annoyed to find no...
- Fri Mar 16, 2007 1:02 pm
- Forum: Indigo General Stuff
- Topic: Reasons for not going open-source?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 3167
Personally, I don't mind if Ono doesn't make indigo open source but I would be much happier if the source code were available (subtle difference!). I perfectly accept that open source can be messy and tricky to organise (setting up cvs, logs, documentation etc etc) so I don't think indigo would bene...
- Thu Dec 07, 2006 9:01 am
- Forum: Indigo General Stuff
- Topic: Plans for Indigo...
- Replies: 23
- Views: 7325
Nice strategy there Ono! I hope it goes well for you! That said, if things don't work out as planned (your life changes in some way, you get busy with something else etc) I hope you would consider releasing the source as a gift to the community. It would be such a shame if indigo stopped developing ...
I'm really sorry but I have only helped spread the word of this free alternative and not used it yet!KOba, what are some nice settings to use greyc? I just use -restore but don't get much denoising Confused Confused