Amy and Misstick present a Camera sequencer for Daz Studio





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Uploaded on Nov 10, 2009

CamSeq: A script for Daz Studio 2 and 3, by me.
It merges the animation from many cameras into one camera

the download page :

the music is "Cherish" from the Album "Sky"
by "Frozen Silence" at http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/froz...

Some of the animation in this video was derived
from motion capture (mocap) recorded
at the Carnegie Mellon University Graphics Lab
The collection of the data in this database was supported by NSF Grant #0196217.

The BVH files were reprocessed by Bruce Hahne at

The BVH were further processed using Animeeple
at http://www.animeeple.com/

Amy: Hi.
Misstick: Hi.
Amy: Let's say we have this mysterious scene
Misstick: Very Odd.
Amy: and we have two cameras to shoot a sequence of shots.
Amy: there's Camera 1, which will start in front of the lovely Misstick
Misstick: You're so sweet.
Amy: then it will slowly get closer, then it will zoom in for a close up of her pretty face.
Misstick: Ah come on.
Amy: and there's Camera 2.which will remain pointed at her as it moves through the wall
Misstick: Did you say, Through the wall?
Amy: Yes ladies and gentlemen, through the wall!
Amy: ... until it's in the room behind her.
Amy: The script mCasual wrote lets you combine many camera shots into one.
Misstick: It's like in that spice girls song, you know, two become one.
Amy: Lets create a camera named "Camera Main".
Amy: It must be exactly "Camera Main"
Amy: and we launch the script. With the poetic name, CamSeq.
Amy: The top part will contain the sequence. which is a list of shots.
Amy: Lets create a shot.
Misstick: Yeah, like, why not, create a shot.
Amy: This shot uses Camera 1
Amy: and goes from frame 0 to 30.
Amy: We add it to the sequence using the insert button.

Amy: The second shot uses camera 2 and goes from frame 30 to 60.
Amy: And here is our complete sequence.
Amy: We press the, "Do it", button.
Misstick: Hell if I know what that means
Amy: and in a fraction of a second the sequence is transferred into Camera Main.
Amy: Here is the movie we get when we render frames 0 to 300 from Camera Main's point of view.
Amy: A link to the download page can be found in the video's description.
Amy: The end. Or is it? Yeah it is.
Misstick: Yeah, it would be the end.
Amy: Good luck and happiness.
Misstick: May your Christmas sock be filled with vegemite
Misstick: in a can, that is.


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