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  1. Wow! Thank you very much for your comments. It is true that or works are mainly for the automotive Industry. Some more of the other stuff is covered in our first reel: Thanks again for watching and giving your opinions!
  2. Thank you very much for watching! Greetings from Frankfurt,
  3. Enjoy! http://www.barbecue-design.de/home/showreel/
  4. Here you go: http://www.nabscripts.com/ all in one archive. Bless this one.
  5. First of all increase your Ram! for a 8-core beast you need at least 16 gb of ram. Every instance will flood 2Gigs of ram better: 24 GB but then it will fly...
  6. Always bear in mind "THINK BIG" That means: avoid tiny details -Go for simple but very effective and BOLD visuals. Get inspiration from the Projections and LEDs from concerts from Madonna etc. worth it.
  7. Absolute true. I think that the most important upgrade for AE (since x.y.z position that now is integrated -is it?) would be to have proxys of other projects in your project. They would develop and update as other users are working on them. Ahhhh -sweet Dream Not even Flame or Inferno has this option.
  8. I am very sorry -but with and without help from really talented people it is not possible to run premiere on OSX without dramatic crashes,freezes and graphic anomalies. I hoped to have this "Bridge" between EDL capture and AE but this seems to be a dream in theory. running 10.5.5 on macpro cs4 16gb ram, production premium -all updates installed.
  9. Rook


    Here is plenty of work (even if you dont speak the language) Dont forget Frankfurt -still one of the most creative places in Germany
  10. I always wanted to have a solution for this problem: How to have a particle generator that would not random generate individual particles but linear: Iwant to say this: to have particles generate a still frame of a sequence like 1-2-3-4-5.... but keep them in place of origin. Like if you would make multiple snapshots of a movement over time. Sorry to interfere with that question...
  11. True... It is terrible -I hate it.
  12. oh... you should also look at this: http://www.xiiin.com/
  13. I would ALWAYS prefer the work from a server. Things are stored at one place and not cluttered around. It is very easy just to set up one computer with file sharing as a server. Just be sure to have a gigabit switch for the clients
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