Briefing for professionals in London by Apple

Posted by Alex4D 
Michael, I Enjoyed the London Supermeet (my first 'Meet'), thanks for coming over.


That Sun you saw on the plane was actually a Gobo Projection from the New 100,000,000Kw Dedolight

Graeme
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple - UPDATED with Apple clarifications
July 08, 2011 12:50PM
That was my first thought too Graeme but I asked a passenger who was from London what he thought and he said it was the Sun. Course he was drinking.

Michael Horton
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The Sun has an entirely different meaning to most Londoners.
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple
July 10, 2011 03:50PM
actually, there are, at least, three. there's the well known california one, another,
i believe, in florida, and i have a picture of myself and friends standing by a
'hollywood sign' in rural ireland.

BabaG
I am right now high on C++ code. Tens of thousands of lines of code had to be evaluated, changed, fixed, adapted and reprogrammed. The last 2 weeks I was working like hell on my plugins to make them work with FCP X and Motion 5. The result: All of my FxPlug plugins and Quartz Composer based plugins are now working fully with Motion 5 and almost all of the with FCP X. There are a few that I cant get to work with FCP X, because of FCP X's dramatic limitation, like it does not have any (FxPlug) plugin interface at all. And so I have to implement my plugins through Motion temples into FCP X.

I still have to wrap up the packages and put them on the website. I think I'll get this done within the next 2 days.

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Christoph Vonrhein
[www.chv-plugins.com]
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple - UPDATED with Apple clarifications
July 10, 2011 04:05PM
>The Sun has an entirely different meaning to most Londoners.

Just like The Star in Malaysia.



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple - UPDATED with Apple clarifications
July 10, 2011 04:13PM
excellent Christoph. Looking forward!

Michael Horton
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Look:

CHV Particles Heaven FX on Motion 5



:-)

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Christoph Vonrhein
[www.chv-plugins.com]
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple
July 10, 2011 04:59PM
I'm gonna say the image looks weird outside of the US. It looks fine on my iPhone (only after I go to the link, but on my Mac viewing the page with Safari, it says something about an unregistered domain.



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple
July 10, 2011 05:22PM
I've re-uploaded the image to another (this time my) server. It should work better now.

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Christoph Vonrhein
[www.chv-plugins.com]
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple - UPDATED with Apple clarifications
July 10, 2011 05:29PM
big huge images dont play well with this forum software. Try to keep it under 800PX wide

Michael Horton
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Rescaled to 800px wide. :-)

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Christoph Vonrhein
[www.chv-plugins.com]
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple
July 10, 2011 07:57PM
Nice! Does it require an installation of Motion or can you use it without Motion installed?



www.strypesinpost.com
Re: Briefing for professionals in London by Apple
July 10, 2011 08:10PM
The new plugins work without Motion 5.

But I still recommend to also buy Motion 5. It's just $49 and it has a fully functional FxPlug 2.0 interface. FCP X does not have a plugins interface whatsoever and completely relies on Motion template files. This has a variety of disadvantages, because not all functions of the FxPlug interface can be published in a Motion template.

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Christoph Vonrhein
[www.chv-plugins.com]
Congratulations Christoph, sterling work!
did Michelle help you? winking smiley

I assume your repair collection (one of my fav's) is one of the problematic ones?


I managed to make up a 8point garbage matt for FCPX a couple of weeks ago in motion- (16 point and more to follow)

Graeme
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