JWildfire Fractal Animation Tutorial Part 1 | Fractal Spline Animation With JWildfire
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The World’s Most Powerful and Easy To Use Fractal Design Software, JWildfire!
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JWildfire Is a Super Cool Tool for Creating any Kind Of Fractal Art and Has Numerous “Not To Be Found Elsewhere” Features. Some of The Most Important Are Found Among The Animation Modules. My NEW Series Of Tutorials Were Created To Help My Great Friend and Creator of JWildfire, Andreas Maschke, Explain To You Why We Need To Invest Time and Development Hardware etc. In Order To Create A NEW GPU Based Render Engine.
The Speed Difference Will Particularly Help People That Are Involved in Professional Production of Fractals, Whether For Printed Media Or Animation, For The Music Business or Even The Movies… However, any User Will Surely Benefit From an Even More Efficient and Smooth User Interface and User Experience.
This is the First Video In This Series of Initially 4 Videos.
Here I Cover the Spline Based Animation Power of JWildfire and Go Through How To Create A Video Loop. I ALSO Cover Briefly and Simply How to Create a Video from a sequence of PNG Image Files using the Awesome (NOW FREE), Compositing, Animation and Special Effects Software “Fusion”, from Blackmagic Design.
Other Videos With Training For Both JWildfire And Fusion Will Follow, But Many of the Advanced Training Videos Will Be Reserved for Those That Pledge Their Support. Whether the Support is Monetary or Via Spreading the Word through Social Connections or the Media etc. Every Little Bit of Assistance Will Be Rewarded in One way Or Other.
In The 2nd Video, I’ll Show You How to Do Live Mixing Of Fractals To Music and Recording the Sound Synchronized Animation and Production Rendering, As well As Post Production Using Fusion! This Little Gem Can Be Found Here:
In The 3rd Video, You’ll Get to Enjoy the Result Of The Video Production… My Super Simple But Quite Nice (If I May Say So Myself), Tribute Video To Mumbo Jumbo, Cosmosis and Their Awesome Trance Track “Weird, Sick and Twisted”. One Of My All Time Favorite Trance Tracks… The Video Was Created Using Live Mixing and Synchronizing to Audio of Animated Fractal Flames, In the “Dancing Flames Movies” Module in JWildfire. Rendered out as a sequence of images that were then time stretched and output to Video including a simple animated Drip effect, using Fusion.
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The 4th Video Shows The Differences Between a CPU Based Renderer and a GPU Based One and Can be Found Here:
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