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  1. #361
    Vampiro Giovanni Avatar de Pepius
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Eeeeeing?

  2. #362
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    en el trunk:

    Revision: 12986
    Author: campbellbarton
    Date: 2007-12-24 12:43:09 +0100 (Mon, 24 Dec 2007)
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    patch from Vladimir Espinosa for keying object layers from python

    Revision: 12988
    Author: campbellbarton
    Date: 2007-12-24 18:07:52 +0100 (Mon, 24 Dec 2007)
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    Added 'File->External Data->Make all files Absolute'
    OpenGL stamp alos wasnt checking correctly (own error)

    Revision: 12996
    Author: joeedh
    Date: 2007-12-25 07:23:16 +0100 (Tue, 25 Dec 2007)
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    =new ffmpeg binaries=

    Adding new ffmpeg binaries for mingw. Both xvid and
    x264 are compiled in, though note that, far as I know,
    only open-source video players can play x264 (mplayer,
    vlc, and anything else that uses the x264 library.

    I'll commit the updated scons win32-mingw-config.py in
    a moment. I don't know what to do about make, cmake,
    and all the project files, so I'm not touching them.

    Revision: 12998
    Author: schlaile
    Date: 2007-12-25 16:31:36 +0100 (Tue, 25 Dec 2007)
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    == Sequencer (includes a little bit of Peach :) ==

    Reworked image / movie loading, to add the following features:

    - Mute strip
    - Lok strip (peach request :)
    - Crop / Translate _before_ image rescaling
    - N-keys editing of start, startofs, endofs, startstill, endstill

    Added (currently disabled) data structures for

    - proxy support
    - strip blend modes (currently only "REPLACE" works, which always did :)

    Planed:

    - automatic FPS rescaling
    - command keys to lock/mute a bunch of selected strips
    (which would complete the peach request to lok tracks)

    Caveats: now the N-keys dialog is four-tabbed. I think, we should move those
    tabs into the panels dialog in the future...

    Revision: 12999
    Author: schlaile
    Date: 2007-12-25 21:31:07 +0100 (Tue, 25 Dec 2007)
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    == Sequencer ==

    * Make Lok flag work for metastrips
    * Fixes: flags are cleared on exit of metastrips
    * Fixes (hopefully): red picture on big endian

    Revision: 13000
    Author: theeth
    Date: 2007-12-26 04:06:59 +0100 (Wed, 26 Dec 2007)
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    == Transform: Warp ==

    Adding special hotkey (MMB) to reverse the direction of the warp.

    Normal input is 0..360 mapped to the horizontal position of the mouse on the 3D view (the 3D view becomes a sort of giant horizontal slider), pressing MMB reverses the value to 0..-360 and bak if you press it again.

    I've used MMB mostly because it's unused in Warp, easily accessible and already used to switches mode for Shear (shear x/y).

    Indirectly suggested by a user question on ba.

    Revision: 13004
    Author: aligorith
    Date: 2007-12-26 12:17:26 +0100 (Wed, 26 Dec 2007)
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    == PoseLib - Pose-Library Tool for Blender ==
    "A slightly late Christmas present for the Animators out there :-)"

    This tool allows animators to store frequently used poses in an action, and be able to label those poses to help them retrieve them later. In a way, it acts as a glorified clipboard for poses.

    One of the cool features with this is the ability to select which stored pose to use interactively in the 3d-view. Once a few poses have been stored in the PoseLib, simply use the "Ctrl L" hotkey to start previewing. Use the Mousewheel or the Page Up/Down keys to change poses, and confirm/cancel the preview in the same way as you do for transforms.

    Usage Notes:
    * Each Armature may get its own PoseLib. PoseLibs are simply actions with extra data, so they can get relinked.
    * Manually editing actions used as PoseLibs is not a good idea, as some data may not be able to be found. Tools to automagically find poses in an action could be investigated...
    * PoseLib will only apply/retrieve poses to/from selected bones
    * A basic UI for this can be found in the "Links and Materials" panel. Most of the PoseLib tools are presented there.

    Useful Hotkeys (alos found in Pose->PoseLib menu):
    * Ctrl L - interactively preview poses
    * Shift L - add a new pose or replace an existing pose in the PoseLib with the current pose
    * Ctrl Shift L - rename an existing pose in the PoseLib
    * Alt L - remove a pose from the poselib.c

    ___

  3. #363
    BlenderAdicto Avatar de Caronte
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Joder, librería de poses Es que de verdad que el Aligoríth este, es la caña
    "Algún día todo será digital". Caronte.
    Mi web: NicoDigital.com

  4. #364
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Uf... demasiado reciente, no esta en la compilación de ayer :P
    Y los nodos de texturas siguen sin estar implementados...
    ...y estaba superbueno.
    Y miré su perfil. Y vi que era amigo de Daniela. Puaf.


    Dos niñas en el parque

    no se elevará, nunca más

  5. #365
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    La verdad es que no paran de añadir cosas , también es verdad que blender es quel más "espacio" tiene para ello. Lo que si es genial es poder ir compilandote las versiones para ir testeando las novedades, me encanta

    Dentro de poquito pondré una nueva versión del Red-Nelb con mchas cositas de estas que han ido añadiendo.

    Jur!
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    Daniel Martinez Lara
    www.pepeland.com
    www.pepe-school-land.com
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  6. #366
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    ¡uAAgh! Ya he visto la librería de poses. Esta genial, fácil y rápida de manejar. Para recuperar una pose guardada, en vez de sacar la lista parece la primera pose y con la rueda buscas la que quieres. Además la librería es en realidad una acción donde cada pose esta en un frame. O sea, de momento es todo un poco chapucilla, así que seguro que aún le quedan unos cuantos cambios, pero se la ve algo imprescindible.
    ...y estaba superbueno.
    Y miré su perfil. Y vi que era amigo de Daniela. Puaf.


    Dos niñas en el parque

    no se elevará, nunca más

  7. #367
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    más cositas en el trunk:

    Revision: 13006
    Author: schlaile
    Date: 2007-12-26 17:07:16 +0100 (Wed, 26 Dec 2007)
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    == Sequencer ==

    Moved N-keys dialog into panel (sub panel of "Scene")
    _much_ better :)

    Since UI-code isn't directly my main field of coding, please check
    thoroughly...

    Revision: 13008
    Author: bebraw
    Date: 2007-12-26 18:04:21 +0100 (Wed, 26 Dec 2007)
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    Node curves to maintain handle status after adding a control point
    Node curves maintain handles status (normal, auto, vector) even after adding
    a control point now. This makes the behavior the same as in case of removing a control
    point. Previously the status of handles was reseted.
    (en colortools)

    Revision: 13010
    Author: schlaile
    Date: 2007-12-26 20:30:49 +0100 (Wed, 26 Dec 2007)
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    == Sequencer ==

    Moved status información bar into panels. It was always shown on the wrong place...
    Added anim-startofs and anim-endofs, so that one can specify the range of
    _input_ that should be used.

    There is a subtle difference to start-ofs and end-ofs,
    which will show, when you use "Reverse Frames" or "Speed Control". Both
    effects operate on the input-range and _not_ on the display range! Now
    you can control both in a comfortable way. Only thing missing: a button
    to copy start-ofs and end-ofs to anim-startofs and anim-endofs.
    (Andy: that was the feature you missed, when storyboarding with the sequencer
    and the speed control effect :)

    Also: added File-Name and Dir-Name to redirect input as needed.

    Revision: 13017
    Author: bebraw
    Date: 2007-12-27 11:17:33 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    Toggle links tool for Node Editor
    This commit adds a new tool, Toggle Links, to the node editor. This tool
    allows the user to toggle the status (linked/not linked) between desired
    sockets. The tool can be used either by using the f key or the menus.

    This functionality is analogue to one found in object editing modes except
    for its additional toggle functionality.

    To use this tool, the user has to first select an input and an output socket.
    Selecting is done by clicking with right mouse button on a socket. After the
    tool has been invoked, the link between those two sockets is toggled. The
    result may vary based on existing linkage.

    There can be only one input and one output selected at maximum in a node
    tree. This means that if the user selects a socket while one of the same
    type is already selected, the old one will be deselected.

    The tool complements the current way of connecting nodes. One possible use
    for it is to use it to review output of nodes by using a viewer node. Just
    select wanted input socket of a viewer node, set it visible and use selection
    of an output socket in conjuction with f key to show the output in the viewer
    node. Select another output and hit f to see its output and so on.

    Revision: 13018
    Author: aligorith
    Date: 2007-12-27 12:20:37 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    == PoseLib - Bugfixes ==

    * Fixed crash using Interactive Preview, on an armature without a PoseLib

    * Cancelling Interactive Preview now correctly restores the original Pose

    * Interactive Preview now sets the correct active pose after it is run

    * Interactive Preview now alos updates the buttons window after it is run

    * Clicking on the "New PoseLib" button now creates a new PoseLib action, even when one existed before

    * Poses can be applied using the Pose browsing menú (i.e. when a menú item from that list is clicked, that pose is assigned)

    ___

  8. #368
    Senior Member Avatar de ZanQdo
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Los pose libs ah sido algo que le he pedido desde hace tiempo, una forma de acelerar mucho el proceso de animacion! Felis navidad a todos

  9. #369
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Cuantas noticias.... a ver si mi compañía de teléfono me da la buena nueva de poner el servicio telefonico... xD

    Feliz Navidad y año nuevo para todos

  10. #370
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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    en el trunk:

    Revision: 13019
    Author: campbellbarton
    Date: 2007-12-27 14:35:14 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    ==Python API==
    added mipmap as an option for Blender.Get/Set

    Revision: 13020
    Author: bebraw
    Date: 2007-12-27 15:19:11 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    Directional Blur Node
    Directional Blur node allows the users to do various blur operations on the input
    image. It essentially offers three different kind of ways of blurring in one node.
    It is possible to blur using a certain direction, spin and zoom. These three ways
    can be used in conjunction.

    The node contains following controls:
    *Iterations, Wrap
    *Center: X, Y
    *Distance, Angle
    *Spin
    *Zoom

    Iterations is used to determine the smoothness of the result. The more iterations,
    the smoother result. Low values are good for preview.

    Wrap means that the image is wrapped as if it was tiled on both x and y directions.
    To see better what this means, try it with spin for instance.

    Center values (X and Y) determine the location which is used as a pivot point for
    the operations. It is center (0.5) of the image by default.

    Distance and angle are used to adjust directional blur. The result can be described
    as a sweep that varies based on given distance (bigger distance, longer sweep) and
    angle. Angle is given in degrees.

    Spin produces rotating blur based on given angle. Yet again it is in degrees. Also
    negative values work.

    Zoom causes the image to be zoomed towards set center point (Center values).

    Thanks to Alfredo de Greef (eeshlo) for contribution.

    Possible development ideas:
    *Make an algorithm to extend image in case spin is used. Extend would temporarily
    change the size of the canvas of the input image. Canvas would be filled based on
    colors on the edges of the input image. After the blur operation has been done,
    the image would be cropped bak to normal size. The advantage of this would be nicer
    result of spin (no problems with image size) on a computational cost.
    *Make values animatable. This is something that is better solved on more general
    level. ("everything is animatable" paradigm)
    *Provide an option to calculate automatic value for iterations. A good value that
    produces a smooth result could be calculated based on direction deltas. This would be
    useful in conjuction of animatable values.

    Revision: 13023
    Author: campbellbarton
    Date: 2007-12-27 21:33:29 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    DupliGroups can now instance duplifaces and duplierts - not nice code, but this should help a move to proper recursive dupli's.
    This is needed for peach project leaves on tree's

    (space.c better tooltip for mipmaps)

    Revision: 13024
    Author: bebraw
    Date: 2007-12-27 21:36:17 +0100 (Thu, 27 Dec 2007)
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    Bilateral Blur Node
    Bilateral Blur node allows the user to blur images while retaining their
    sharp edges. Blurring can be controlled by following controls:
    *Iterations
    *Color Sigma
    *Space Sigma

    Alos image input to blur and a determinator image is provided. The node produces
    a blurred image as its output.

    The more iterations are provided, the smoother the result. Use color and space
    sigmas to control the amount of blur. One way to use the determinator input is
    to feed a mix (add) of Z and normal passes to it.

    Examples of usage:
    Ambient Occlusion smoothing - Image:Bilateral blur example 01.blend - BlenderWiki
    Blurry Refraction - Image:Bilateral blur example 02.blend - BlenderWiki
    Smoothed shadows and smoothed Ambient Occlusion combined - Image:Bilateral blur example 03.blend - BlenderWiki

    If you chek out the examples, render the image and alter the values to see how
    they affect.

    More information about the algorithm can be found at
    http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/CV...Filtering.html .

    Thanks to Vilem Novaque for contributing the patch.

    ___

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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    por fin el bilateral! es un nodo maravilloso

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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    ¿eso sirve para suavizar una pasada de AO? Por ejemplo.

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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    Última compilación del trunque para Windows hasta la fecha:

    graphicall.org


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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)

    ¡Pero qué pelo más chulo!
    "Algún día todo será digital". Caronte.
    Mi web: NicoDigital.com

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    Re: Blender 2.45 (Release y avances)


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