fractal animation video

Martin Flink Tutorials
How to use

Click the copy to clipboard button at the top right of the code below (looks like two squares overlaid), then go to JWildfire, and click the From Clipboard button. The flame will now be ready to play with. Remember to always link to any flame you tweak if you post your images online.


I re-upload the second test video without sound. The first video (test1) has sound ; test2 has not sound due to a silly copyright claim (see the post totally delusional for the full explanation).

Nevertheless, the most important thing is not the copyright claim but the work on animations with fractals. This is very simple animation. I hope you will enjoy it.

the channel for the videos

Some explanations : each fractal sequence was made with the easy movie module and the dancing flame module (test1). I render the animation as flames then batch them with batch renderer in png format. After that, sometimes, i added a slow motion effect with an external software (slowmovideo) and transform the pngs in mp4 film fomat with it then I edit/cut each mp4 sequence with a video editor (flowblade) and add sound, text.

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